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EUFN

EUFN

iShares MSCI Europe Financials ETF
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14.05
-0.26
-1.82%
Closed 16:00 10/26 EDT
OPEN
14.15
PREV CLOSE
14.31
HIGH
14.19
LOW
13.95
VOLUME
899.68K
TURNOVER
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52 WEEK HIGH
19.80
52 WEEK LOW
10.59
TOTAL ASSET
630.47M
YTD YIELD
-22.65%
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Hong Kong Connect Opens China’s ETF Market to Global Investors
China’s fast-growing $157 billion market for exchange-traded funds will be directly accessible to overseas investors from Friday, at least four years since the plan was first hatched.
Bloomberg · 4d ago
Investors Brace for Barrage of Covid Vaccine Data to Roil Market
Bloomberg · 4d ago
How To Reap The Most From Your Bond Allocation
Some market observers have suggested that low and negative yields will hinder government bonds' ability to provide a buffer against down markets because bond returns will also be low.Amid the dramatic sell-off in risk assets earlier this year as the global pandemic took hold, and again in September when equity markets pulled back, government bonds served as one of the few true offsets to equity market volatility.Investors' need for income and return is as great as ever, even as global stock dividends plummet.
Seekingalpha · 10/06 12:14
U.S. Treasuries, German Bunds Still Anchor To Windward
With central banks anchoring official rates at historic lows, investors are understandably concerned that government bonds won't act as an offset to equity risk the way they have in the past.But recent history suggests that low - and even negative - yields don't eliminate the buffer that's provided by government bonds.In fact, amid the dramatic sell-off in risk assets earlier this year as the global pandemic took hold, and again in September when equity markets pulled back, government bonds served as one of the few true offsets to equity market volatility.
Seekingalpha · 09/30 18:47
Euro Banks Are Still Pricing In A Gloomy Outlook
The euro has been showing signs of fatigue in the past few weeks as investors rush for safe havens amid rising uncertainty over US elections.Euro leading indicators are sending mix signals at the moment, but equities and especially banks are still pricing in a "gloomy" outlook.We will need to see further strength in economic indicators in the coming months in order to have a positive momentum in risky assets.Euro bulls should trade the single currency against GBP or CHF, but not against the US dollar in the near term.
Seekingalpha · 09/27 20:32
Eurozone Rebound Fizzles Out As Service Sector Reports Renewed Decline
Flash Eurozone PMI signals stalling economy as rebound from COVID-19 fades.Services contract, offsetting faster manufacturing expansion.Germany leads upturn thanks to manufacturing surge, France and periphery slip back into decline.Job losses ease but remain higher than at any time since early 2013.
Seekingalpha · 09/25 01:15
Fiscal, Not Monetary, To Determine Europe's Inflation Path Ahead
It used to be that central banks heavily influenced inflation through tools such as interest rates, money supply and bank reserves.However, in a post-COVID-19 world with interest rates close to their lower bounds, this balance may be shifting, with fiscal policy now a much more important factor driving inflation.Given this more subdued private sector demand and higher savings, we expect inflationary pressures to remain weak in Europe in the coming year.
Seekingalpha · 09/23 17:42
The Real Problem Behind The $26.8 Trillion U.S. National Debt
Ample economic research has shown that excessive debt, above a certain threshold of GDP, begins to drag down economic growth. US national debt is now well above that threshold. But ballooning debt, in itself, is not the fundamental issue. It is the result of the core problem. In the coming decades, the US economy will be asked to do the impossible: grow faster even while the government extracts more of its resources. There are no easy solutions. There are only painful trade-offs.
Seekingalpha · 09/14 17:14
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Period
Agency
Ratings
08/31/2020
3 Year
Morningstar
08/31/2020
5 Year
Morningstar
08/31/2020
10 Year
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Return
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1-Month
1.0892%
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3-Month
1.0078%
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6-Month
-11.0653%
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1-Year
-22.6456%
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3-Year
-9.5886%
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5-Year
-3.3835%
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10-Year
-0.3807%
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Since Inception
-1.0457%
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Profile
Fund Name
iShares MSCI Europe Financials ETF
Risk
Low risk
Inception Date
2010-01-20
Benchmark
MSCI World/Financials CR
Advisor Company
iShares
Custodian
State Street Bank & Trust Co
Manager
Team Managed