First Trust Stoxx European Select Dividend Index Fund (FDD)

NYSEARCA: FDD · IEX Real-Time Price · USD
11.72
-0.20 (-1.64%)
Apr 12, 2024, 4:00 PM EDT - Market closed
-1.64%
Assets $161.82M
Expense Ratio 0.59%
PE Ratio 6.24
Shares Out 13.65M
Dividend (ttm) $0.83
Dividend Yield 7.12%
Ex-Dividend Date Mar 21, 2024
Payout Ratio 44.41%
1-Year Return -2.46%
Volume 27,534
Open 11.80
Previous Close 11.91
Day's Range 11.71 - 11.91
52-Week Low 10.23
52-Week High 12.19
Beta 0.79
Holdings 33
Inception Date Aug 27, 2007

About FDD

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The First Trust Stoxx European Select Dividend Index Fund (FDD) is an exchange-traded fund that is based on the STOXX Europe Select Dividend 30 index. The fund tracks a dividend-weighted index of 30 high-dividend-yielding stocks selected from the STOXX Europe 600 Index. FDD was launched on Aug 27, 2007 and is issued by First Trust.

Asset Class Equity
Category Europe Stock
Region Europe
Stock Exchange NYSEARCA
Ticker Symbol FDD
ETF Provider First Trust
Index Tracked STOXX Europe Select Dividend 30

Top 10 Holdings

42.40% of assets
Name Symbol Weight
ABN AMRO Bank NV NLDR ABN.AS 4.92%
HSBC Holdings PLC HSBA.L 4.56%
ING Groep NV INGA.AS 4.55%
Legal & General Group PLC LGEN.L 4.36%
Orlen SA PKN.WA 4.21%
Rubis SCA Shs from split RUI.PA 4.20%
NatWest Group PLC NWG.L 4.10%
Aker BP ASA AKRBP.OL 4.05%
Rio Tinto PLC Registered Shares RIO.L 3.75%
BNP Paribas Act. Cat.A BNP.PA 3.71%
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Dividends

Ex-Dividend Amount Pay Date
Mar 21, 2024 $0.0432 Mar 28, 2024
Dec 22, 2023 $0.173 Dec 29, 2023
Sep 22, 2023 $0.1489 Sep 29, 2023
Jun 27, 2023 $0.4687 Jun 30, 2023
Mar 24, 2023 $0.0361 Mar 31, 2023
Dec 23, 2022 $0.0451 Dec 30, 2022
Full Dividend History

News

European stocks are still 'very, very attractively priced' at record highs, strategist says

"There's a significant discount" for buying European stocks that could grow as much as if not more than their U.S. counterparts, strategist Gina Sanchez says.

3 years ago - CNBC

Europe stocks hit an all-time high — and analysts say there's more room to rise

Analysts see further upside for Europe's "exceptionally cheap" stocks.

3 years ago - CNBC