Analysts at Standard & Poor's are looking to exchange-traded funds rooted in individual countries as a vehicle for advisors and their clients to compensate for sustained weakness in the U.S. economy.
Country ETFs also offer an alternative to global sector ETFs, whose performance can be hindered by exposure to imperiled economies in Europe and Japan.
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