EFAV - iShares Edge MSCI Min Vol EAFE ETF
|Ex-Dividend Date||Jun 15, 2020|
|Trading Day||April 21|
|Day's Range||74.40 - 75.01|
|52-Week Range||62.56 - 75.11|
The investment seeks the investment results of the MSCI EAFE Minimum Volatility (USD) Index composed of developed market equities that, in the aggregate, have lower volatility characteristics relative to the broader developed equity markets, excluding the U.S. and Canada. The fund generally will invest at least 90% of its assets in the component securities of the index and in investments that have economic characteristics that are substantially identical to the component securities of the index. The index measures the performance of international equity securities that in the aggregate have lower volatility relative to the MSCI EAFE Index.
|Asset Class |
|Inception Date |
Oct 18, 2011
|Ticker Symbol |
|Index Tracked |
MSCI EAFE Minimum Volatility (USD) Index
Top 10 Holdings13.38% of assets
|Novo Nordisk A/S B||NOVO B.CO||1.48%|
|Coloplast A/S Class B||COLO B.CO||1.41%|
|Roche Holding AG||ROG.SW||1.40%|
|Hermes International SA||RMS.PA||1.33%|
|Deutsche Telekom AG||DTE.DE||1.14%|
|Dec 14, 2020||$0.00||Dec 18, 2020|
|Jun 15, 2020||$0.9773||Jun 19, 2020|
|Dec 16, 2019||$1.73438||Dec 20, 2019|
|Jun 17, 2019||$1.385553||Jun 21, 2019|
|Dec 18, 2018||$0.771266||Dec 24, 2018|
|Jun 19, 2018||$1.453||Jun 25, 2018|
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