EMB - iShares J.P. Morgan USD Emerging Markets Bond ETF
|Ex-Dividend Date||Apr 1, 2021|
|Trading Day||April 16|
|Day's Range||111.08 - 111.35|
|52-Week Range||93.37 - 114.98|
The investment seeks to track the investment results of the J.P. Morgan EMBI® Global Core Index composed of U.S. dollar-denominated, emerging market bonds. The fund generally will invest at least 90% of its assets in the component securities of the underlying index and may invest up to 10% of its assets in certain futures, options and swap contracts, cash and cash equivalents, as well as in securities not included in the underlying index. The index is a broad, diverse U.S. dollar-denominated emerging markets debt benchmark that tracks the total return of actively traded external debt instruments in emerging market countries.
|Asset Class |
|Inception Date |
Dec 17, 2007
|Ticker Symbol |
|Index Tracked |
J.P. Morgan EMBI Global Core Index
Top 10 Holdings6.37% of assets
|Russian Federation 5.25%||RUSSIA 5.25 06/23/47 REGS||0.78%|
|State of Kuwait 3.5%||KUWIB 3.5 03/20/27 REGS||0.76%|
|Uruguay (Republic of) 5.1%||URUGUA 5.1 06/18/50||0.75%|
|BlackRock Cash Funds Treasury SL Agency||XTSLA||0.72%|
|Ecuador (Republic Of) 0.5%||ECUA 0.5 07/31/35 REGS||0.62%|
|Qatar (State of) 5.1%||QATAR 5.103 04/23/48 REGS||0.62%|
|Qatar (State of) 4.82%||QATAR 4.817 03/14/49 REGS||0.58%|
|Colombia (Republic of) 5%||COLOM 5 06/15/45||0.52%|
|Uruguay (Republic of) 4.97%||n/a||0.51%|
|Petronas Capital Limited 4.55%||n/a||0.51%|
|Apr 1, 2021||$0.34804||Apr 8, 2021|
|Mar 1, 2021||$0.350624||Mar 5, 2021|
|Feb 1, 2021||$0.3616||Feb 5, 2021|
|Dec 17, 2020||$0.395||Dec 23, 2020|
|Dec 1, 2020||$0.3958||Dec 7, 2020|
|Nov 2, 2020||$0.3957||Nov 6, 2020|
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