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In our last two blogs, we found that index providers FTSE and MSCI currently disagree on how to classify Korean markets (as well as a few other smaller countries’ markets). FTSE allocates Korean stocks to its developed markets indices, while MSCI allocates them to its emerging markets indices. We also learned that the iShares international and emer

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Combining International and Emerging Markets Equity ETFs

March 21st, 2019|25 Comments

In our last two blogs, we found that index providers FTSE and MSCI currently disagree on how to classify Korean markets (as well as a few other smaller countries’ markets). FTSE allocates Korean stocks to its developed markets indices, while MSCI allocates them to its emerging markets indices. We also learned that the iShares international and emer

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