As the Fed launched its first rate hike in four years, China ETFs explode higher and uranium funds implode

As the Fed launched its first rate hike in four years, China ETFs explode higher and uranium funds implode

ETF Wrap

MarketWatch illustration/iStockphoto Happy Thursday! Another turbulent week in markets and single-country stock ETFs and funds focused on energy have been at the centerpiece of volatility over the past several sessions. Some funds, almost literally, went nuclear, while China internet pegged exchange-traded vehicles enjoyed a bounce. We’ll talk about some of that this week.

All this happened against the backdrop of the first interest-rate increase since 2018 by the Federal Reserve, with the promise of tighter policy on the horizon. Goodbye, easy-money days.

In any case, this may be my last week regularly handling ETF Wrap (Though, I might make an occasional guest appearance).Please, send tips, or feedback, on Twitter to Christine Idzelis at @cidzelis and find Mark at @mdecambre or LinkedIn to tell us what you think.Rosenbluth exits CFRATodd Rosenbluth has left CFRA to become director of research at ETF Trends, replacing Dave Nadig. Rosenbluth has been a […]

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