Coronavirus Pandemic Lifted This ETF, But It Should Thrive Afterward
Benzinga – KraneShares FTSE Emerging Markets Consumer Technology Index ETF (Ticker: KEMQ) is benefiting from the rise of e-commerce and online retail, a move hastened by the pandemic. Those are long-term, seismic shifts that will continue after COVID-19 is defeated.
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