January 08, 2013 at 14:28 PM EST
Chile May Not Need China to Shed Laggard Status
Editor's Note: This content was originally published on Benzinga.com by The ETF Professor Benzinga Staff Writer. By the standards of many emerging markets ETFs the iShares MSCI Chile Investable Market Index Fund (NYSEARCA:ECH) was a laggard in 2012 returning "just" 8.23%. That means ECH trailed the iShares MSCI Emerging Markets Index Fund (NYSEARCA:EEM) by 520 basis points. Chile wears the crown as the world's largest copper-producing nation a gift and a curse depending on the global economic environment. The copper crown intimately links Chile to China the world's largest copper consumer. Perception becomes reality and the reality for investors ...
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