How Uranium ETFs logged double-digit returns and rare-earth buys shined in Q3, but KraneShares’s China fund tanked

How Uranium ETFs logged double-digit returns and rare-earth buys shined in Q3, but KraneShares’s China fund tanked

Hello, hello! In this Thursday’s edition of ETF Wrap we do a rundown on what worked and what didn’t over the past three months. In brief, rare-earth metals were big winners in the third quarter but China related funds were clobbered.

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The good and the bad Top 5 gainers of the past week %Performance VanEck Oil Services ETF 5.0 Fidelity MSCI Energy Index ETF 4.8 KraneShares Global Carbon ETF 3.2 Avantis U.S. Small Cap Value ETF 2.4 Global X MLP & Energy Infrastructure ETF 2.0 Source: FactSet, through Sept. 29, excluding ETNs and leveraged products . Includes NYSE, Nasdaq and Cboe traded ETFs of $500 million or greater Top 5 decliners of the past week %Performance VanEck Rare Earth/Strategic Metals […]

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