VanEck J. P. Morgan EM Local Currency Bond ETF (EMLC)

NYSEARCA: EMLC · IEX Real-Time Price · USD
-0.15 (-0.63%)
Jun 14, 2024, 4:00 PM EDT - Market closed
Assets $2.74B
Expense Ratio 0.30%
PE Ratio n/a
Shares Out 115.12M
Dividend (ttm) $1.52
Dividend Yield 6.44%
Ex-Dividend Date Jun 3, 2024
Payout Ratio n/a
1-Year Return -7.31%
Volume 1,381,946
Open 23.68
Previous Close 23.81
Day's Range 23.62 - 23.71
52-Week Low 23.11
52-Week High 26.11
Beta n/a
Holdings 404
Inception Date Jul 22, 2010

About EMLC

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The VanEck J. P. Morgan EM Local Currency Bond ETF (EMLC) is an exchange-traded fund that mostly invests in broad credit fixed income. The fund tracks an index of debt issued by emerging market governments and denominated in local currencies of the issuers. EMLC was launched on Jul 22, 2010 and is issued by VanEck.

Asset Class Fixed Income
Category Emerging-Markets Local-Currency Bond
Region Emerging Markets
Stock Exchange NYSEARCA
Ticker Symbol EMLC
ETF Provider VanEck
Index Tracked J.P. Morgan Government Bond Index Emerging Markets Global Core Index


Ex-Dividend Amount Pay Date
Jun 3, 2024 $0.1256 Jun 6, 2024
Apr 23, 2024 $0.1269 Apr 29, 2024
Apr 1, 2024 $0.1251 Apr 5, 2024
Mar 1, 2024 $0.1156 Mar 7, 2024
Feb 1, 2024 $0.1261 Feb 7, 2024
Dec 27, 2023 $0.131 Dec 29, 2023
Full Dividend History


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