Investors turn to emerging market ETFs

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Exchange-traded funds (ETFs) and emerging markets are not a new combination. Exposure to seemingly illiquid corners of the globe has been a hallmark of ETFs since their inception and continued innovation is a mark of the sector. Gone are the days when ‘emerging markets’ stood simply for one investment position; the ETF emerging markets universe has reached a new level of sophistication. In 2011, ETFs linked to local currency emerging markets bonds were issued in Europe, and ETFs targeting single

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