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‘Nasdaq of China’ Is Coming to U.S. Investors Through New ETF

Bloomberg – For U.S. investors, getting a chance to take part in Shanghai’s Nasdaq-style tech board just got a whole lot easier with the inception of a new exchange-traded fund. The KraneShares SSE Star Market 50 Index ETF, which starts trading Wednesday, is the first fund listed in the U.S. to provide access to the China technology bourse known as the star market. It charges a 0.89% expense ratio.


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