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iShares MSCI Hong Kong ETF

Fund Manager: Blackrock
Inception Date: Nov 01, 2007

BlackRock confirms iShares delisting timetable

Financial Standard - May 11, 2018

BlackRock has laid out options for iShares ETF investors to liquidate their holdings, reconfirming it will suspend the trading of five products from the ASX in about a month. On May 3, BlackRock said it was pulling five iShares products from the Australian Securities Exchange and re- domiciling 14 from US to Australia to cut taxes for investors. The scrapped iShares ETFs were indexed to Russell 2000, MSCI Singapore, Global Telecom, MSCI Hong Kong and MSCI BRIC. The group's ticker codes are: IRU, IXP, ISG, IHK and IBK. BlackRock is giving investors until the close of trading on June 15 to sell the respective iShares stock. The five ETFs will be officially delisted on June 22. [More]

There are now around 80 ETFs available on the ASX with international exposure. This is great news for investors, with the Australian share market making up just 3% of global markets, investors can easily access the other 97% through purchase of an ETF on the ASX. Investors in ETFs may have come across the terms Australian and Internationally domiciled (also known as cross-listed). There’s some subtle differences that the country an ETF is domiciled in brings. Below we’ve taken a look ... [More]

How to invest in emerging markets

Financial Review - Jan 29, 2016

Investors typically use specialist managed funds for emerging markets exposure, but a growing number of exchange traded funds and listed investment companies also provide exposure, and online brokers are making it easier to buy offshore shares directly. Here are four strategies to consider. [More]

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