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Consumer Staples : Beverages | Large Cap Blend
Based in Mexico
Company profile

Coca-Cola FEMSA, S.A.B. de C.V. is a franchise bottler of Coca-Cola trademark beverages across the world. The Company and its subsidiaries are engaged in the production, distribution and marketing of certain Coca-Cola beverages. It is also engaged in acquiring, holding and transferring all types of bonds, shares and marketable securities. The Company's segments include Mexico and Central America division, which comprises Mexico (including corporate operations), Guatemala, Nicaragua, Costa Rica and Panama; the South America division, which consists of Brazil, Argentina and Colombia; Venezuela, which operates in an economy with exchange control and hyper-inflation, and the Asian division, which consists of the Company's equity method investment in Coca-Cola FEMSA Philippines, Inc. The Coca-Cola trademark beverages include sparkling beverages (colas and flavored sparkling beverages), waters and still beverages (including juice drinks, coffee, teas, milk, dairy and isotonic drinks).

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Closing Price
$48.18
Day's Change
0.65 (1.37%)
Bid
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Ask
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B/A Size
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Day's High
48.28
Day's Low
47.17
Volume
(Heavy Day)
Volume:
165,741

10-day average volume:
133,041
165,741

ETF investors flock to TIPS. Are they 'late to the party'?

12:19 pm ET November 6, 2021 (MarketWatch)
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By Christine Idzelis

Hello! This is markets reporter Christine Idzelis stepping in today for MarketWatch's Mark DeCambre to bring you this week's ETF Wrap.

Investors poured capital into U.S. exchange-traded funds in October, based on a report this week from State Street Global Advisors and a conversation with the firm's head of SPDR Americas Research, Matthew Bartolini.

"TIPs have just been absolutely smashing records," Bartolini told MarketWatch, with investors flocking to ETFs that provide exposure to U.S. Treasury inflation-protected securities amid fears over the rising cost of living in the pandemic.

You'll also get a look at a new climate ETF from Impact Shares and the United Nations that began trading this week as world leaders gathered in Glasgow for the U.N.'s COP26 summit, with the aim of curbing global warming by cutting carbon emissions.

But first, here's your weekly screen of the biggest ups and downs in ETFs, including a pair of clean energy funds that ranked among the top moves higher.

Sign up here for ETF Wrap.

The good...

Top 5 gainers of the past week                                                                                                                            %Performance 
Amplify Transformational Data Sharing ETFBLOK                                                                                                             12.5 
Invesco WilderHill Clean Energy ETFPBW                                                                                                                    10.2 
First Trust NASDAQ Clean Edge Green Energy Index FundQCLN                                                                                                 10 
SPDR S&P Semiconductor ETFXSD                                                                                                                             9.2 
Invesco Dynamic Semiconductors ETFPSI                                                                                                                     8 
Source: FactSet, through Wednesday, Nov. 3, excluding ETNs and leveraged products. Includes NYSE, Nasdaq and Cboe traded ETFs of $500 million or greater 

...and the bad

Top 5 decliners of the past week          %Performance 
VanEck Junior Gold Miners ETFGDXJ          -4.8 
VanEck Gold Miners ETFGDX                 -4.7 
iShares MSCI Brazil ETFEWZ                -4.3 
Global X Silver Miners ETFSIL             -4.3 
ETFMG Prime Junior Silver Miners ETFSILJ  -4.2 
Source: FactSet 

TIPS win in bond ETFs

Equities led inflows into U.S. ETFs in October, but within fixed-income, TIPS funds came out ahead in capturing capital from investors, according to State Street. The firm's report shows that investors added a record $6 billion to Treasury-inflation-protected-securities ETFs in October.

That was surprising as "financial advisors were all on the TIPS story in May," said Dave Nadig, director of research at ETF Trends, in a phone interview. "Most financial advisors figured out what their inflation positioning was throughout the summer" and earlier this fall.

"There's an old saying in the TIPS market that 'by the time you've bought TIPS, it's too late,'" said Nadig. "Anybody who is just waking up to the idea," he said, "is very late to the party."

State Street's Bartolini cautioned that TIPS, like nominal Treasuries, are bonds with "duration risk," meaning changes in interest rates still "drive performance." Using a cash position to buy TIPS to hedge against inflation is "opening your portfolio up to duration risk," which is different from a relative value trade involving the sale of nominal Treasury exposure in favor of TIPS, he said.

"If say, a year ago your investment thesis was to not own U.S. Treasuries, and instead own TIPS," said Bartolini, that "would have been a very profitable trade."

The Federal Reserve said Wednesday that it will begin tapering its monthly purchases of Treasuries and mortgage-backed securities -- an emergency program that it began last year after the pandemic wreaked havoc in markets -- but kept its benchmark interest rate near zero.

See:Fed slows down bond buying, says factors boosting inflation are expected to be transitory

Hunting for more yield in junk debt

Elsewhere in fixed income, investors reached for yield in junk territory. Leveraged loan and high-yield ETFs saw a combined $2.6 billion of inflows in October, while investment-grade corporate funds saw $668 million of outflows, according to the State Street report.

Read: Easy money in junk debt markets helps borrowers, but are investors risking too much in a reach for yield?

"The $1.8 billion of inflows into high yield is the most since November of 2020," said State Street. Bank loan ETFs, which buy leveraged loans, have now seen inflows for 13 months straight, according to its report.

In a separate stretch of inflows, stock sector ETFs have pulled in capital for a record 13 consecutives months, according to State Street. Technology and cyclicals led in October, with investors showing interest in financials (XLF), energy, consumer discretionary (RCD), and real estate, the firm found.

Impact Shares MSCI Global Climate Select ETF

Impact Shares, a nonprofit fund sponsor backed by The Rockefeller Foundation, announced Wednesday that Impact Shares MSCI Global Climate Select ETF (NTZO) began trading on the New York Stock Exchange.

"We have no fossil fuels," Ethan Powell, founder and chief executive officer of Impact Shares, told MarketWatch of the new ETF's holdings.

"For the last several months, we've been working with MSCI," as well as a group of 30 large, influential financial institutions that was established by the United Nations, to create an ETF that helps investors become part of the global push toward net-zero carbon emissions, said Powell.

The group, called the Global Investors for Sustainable Development Alliance, includes the California Public Employees' Retirement System and firms such as Allianz , Citigroup (C) and Bank of America (BAC), he said. The new ETF, launched in collaboration with the United Nations Capital Development Fund, is based on the MSCI ACWI Climate Pathway Select Index, according to the Impact Shares announcement.

"We select those companies that have the most compelling net zero commitments," said Powell.

Checkout these ETF reads from this week:

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-Christine Idzelis

	

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