First Trust Emerging Markets Local Currency Bond ETF (FEMB)

NASDAQ: FEMB · IEX Real-Time Price · USD
-0.19 (-0.66%)
Feb 28, 2024, 1:29 PM EST - Market open
Assets $147.43M
Expense Ratio 0.85%
PE Ratio n/a
Shares Out 5.55M
Dividend (ttm) $1.51
Dividend Yield 5.36%
Ex-Dividend Date Feb 21, 2024
Payout Ratio n/a
1-Year Return +7.56%
Volume 9,553
Open 28.30
Previous Close 28.33
Day's Range 28.03 - 28.55
52-Week Low 25.91
52-Week High 30.50
Beta 0.30
Holdings 86
Inception Date Nov 4, 2014

About FEMB

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The First Trust Emerging Markets Local Currency Bond ETF (FEMB) is an exchange-traded fund that mostly invests in broad credit fixed income. The fund is an actively managed fund that invests in a broad range of bonds issued by emerging-market sovereign, sub-sovereign and quasi-sovereign entities, denominated in local currencies. FEMB was launched on Nov 4, 2014 and is issued by First Trust.

Asset Class Fixed Income
Category Emerging-Markets Local-Currency Bond
Region Emerging Markets
Stock Exchange NASDAQ
Ticker Symbol FEMB
ETF Provider First Trust


Ex-Dividend Amount Pay Date
Feb 21, 2024 $0.1325 Feb 29, 2024
Jan 23, 2024 $0.125 Jan 31, 2024
Dec 22, 2023 $0.125 Dec 29, 2023
Nov 21, 2023 $0.125 Nov 30, 2023
Oct 24, 2023 $0.125 Oct 31, 2023
Sep 22, 2023 $0.125 Sep 29, 2023
Full Dividend History


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