MARKET

KBND

KBND

Krane Shares China Credit Index ETF
NYSEARCA
31.09
-0.07
-0.22%
Closed 09:30 03/01 EST
OPEN
31.09
PREV CLOSE
31.16
HIGH
31.09
LOW
31.09
VOLUME
174
TURNOVER
0
52 WEEK HIGH
32.03
52 WEEK LOW
29.54
TOTAL ASSET
3.13M
YTD YIELD
0.71%
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Worldwide Manufacturing Returns To Growth
February's PMI surveys showed manufacturing business conditions improving for the first time in 18 months. The Global Manufacturing PMI, by JPMorgan and S&P Global Market Intelligence, rose from 50.0 in January to 50.3 in February. The survey's index of production hit a nine-month high in January. Overall new orders rose in 20 months, aided by a rise in global export orders.
Seeking Alpha · 1d ago
This Week in ETFs: DWS Adds First Active ETF
NASDAQ · 1d ago
Krane Shares China Credit Index ETF declares monthly distribution of $0.0626
Seeking Alpha · 2d ago
Can China's Real Estate Market Survive Evergrande?
The collapse of Chinese real estate giant Evergrande is being called China's "Lehman Moment" Country Garden, another of the largest developers, has failed to repay its loans and is now facing liquidation demands from creditors. The collapse of China's real estate market is a massive reality check for the country's economy.
Seeking Alpha · 2d ago
Weekly Report: what happened at KBND last week (0219-0223)?
Weekly Report · 6d ago
WTO Conference Faces Challenges As Big Players Turn Inward
Seeking Alpha · 02/24 06:04
Inflation Retreating But Shelter Remains The Problem
Canada’s January CPI report came in softer than expected at an annualized rate of 2.9%. The main driver of shelter inflation was mortgage interest costs, rising 6.2% year-over-year. The trouble spot remains shelter. The Bank of Canada's inflation is now within its 1-3% target range.
Seeking Alpha · 02/21 15:20
Four Looming Risks That Could Bolster EM Bonds
Seeking Alpha · 02/21 09:54
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Profile
Fund Name
Krane Shares China Credit Index ETF
Inception Date
2014-12-02
Benchmark
BBgBarc Liquid China Credit USD
Advisor Company
Krane Funds Advisors LLC
Custodian
Brown Brothers Harriman & Co
Manager
James Maund, Jonathan Shelon