Franklin FTSE Europe ETF (FLEE)

NYSEARCA: FLEE · IEX Real-Time Price · USD
+0.05 (0.17%)
May 17, 2024, 4:00 PM EDT - Market closed
Assets $74.02M
Expense Ratio 0.09%
PE Ratio 16.54
Shares Out 2.40M
Dividend (ttm) $0.73
Dividend Yield 2.36%
Ex-Dividend Date Dec 15, 2023
Payout Ratio 38.96%
1-Year Return +12.70%
Volume 1,206
Open 30.77
Previous Close 30.77
Day's Range 30.77 - 30.84
52-Week Low 24.22
52-Week High 30.91
Beta 0.82
Holdings 538
Inception Date Nov 2, 2017

About FLEE

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The Franklin FTSE Europe ETF (FLEE) is an exchange-traded fund that is based on the FTSE Developed Europe RIC Capped index. The fund tracks a market cap-weighted index of large- and mid-cap stocks in developed European countries. FLEE was launched on Nov 2, 2017 and is issued by Franklin Templeton.

Asset Class Equity
Category Europe Stock
Region Europe
Stock Exchange NYSEARCA
Ticker Symbol FLEE
ETF Provider Franklin Templeton
Index Tracked FTSE Developed Europe RIC Capped Index

Top 10 Holdings

21.08% of assets
Name Symbol Weight
Novo Nordisk A/S Class B NOVO B.CO 3.46%
ASML Holding NV ASML.AS 3.10%
Nestle SA NESN.SW 2.37%
Shell PLC SHEL.L 1.96%
AstraZeneca PLC AZN.L 1.92%
Lvmh Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton SE MC.PA 1.78%
Novartis AG Registered Shares NOVN.SW 1.78%
Roche Holding AG ROG.SW 1.51%
HSBC Holdings PLC HSBA.L 1.42%
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Ex-Dividend Amount Pay Date
Dec 15, 2023 $0.18787 Dec 26, 2023
Jun 16, 2023 $0.53817 Jun 27, 2023
Dec 16, 2022 $0.32352 Dec 22, 2022
Jun 17, 2022 $0.51337 Jun 28, 2022
Dec 30, 2021 $0.01042 Jan 7, 2022
Dec 13, 2021 $0.39834 Dec 21, 2021
Full Dividend History


The stock market after-party is in Europe

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3 years ago - CNN Business

In a Record European Earnings Season, Why Is the Share Price Reaction Falling Flat?

European companies are beating earnings expectations at a record rate in the first quarter, but the share price reaction has been negatively skewed, Morgan Stanley strategists noted.

3 years ago - Barrons

Eurozone driven into double-dip recession as Covid takes toll

GDP in the 19 economies sharing the euro shrank by 0.6% between January and March

3 years ago - The Guardian

Europe slips into technical recession in first quarter, as lockdowns took toll

The European economy shrank again in the first three months of the year, entering an expected technical recession after having shrank in the last quarter of 2020.

3 years ago - Market Watch

Europe Still Offers Cyclicality at a Discount: JPM's Peters

Apr.19 -- Grace Peters, EMEA head of investment strategy at JPMorgan Private Bank, discusses investing in European equities. She speaks with Francine Lacqua on “Bloomberg Surveillance Early Edition.

3 years ago - Bloomberg Markets and Finance

Japanese, European Equities Can Go Higher: LGT Bank's Hofer

Nov.11 -- Stefan Hofer, Asia managing director and chief investment strategist at LGT Bank Ltd., discusses the rally in Japanese stocks, emerging markets and his outlook for the U.S. dollar.

3 years ago - Bloomberg Markets and Finance

We're Close to Buying Opportunity for European Equities: UBS' Brown

Oct.29 -- Evan Brown of UBS Asset Management is bullish on European equities. He's on "Bloomberg Surveillance.

3 years ago - Bloomberg Markets and Finance

50/50 chance of Europe going into recession: Mohamed El-Erian

Mohamed El-Erian, Allianz chief economic advisor, joins 'Closing Bell' to discuss the spike in coronavirus cases in Europe and what it means for the U.S. and the global economy.

3 years ago - CNBC Television

Hard to See How Europe Avoids Double-Dip Recession: Plurimi CIO

Oct.27 -- Patrick Armstrong, chief investment officer at Plurimi Wealth, discusses the market implications of what he sees as “soft forms of lockdowns” in Europe due to a surge in Covid-19 cases. He s...

3 years ago - Bloomberg Markets and Finance

Europe's 'cyclical upside story' becomes complicated given new Covid restrictions, analyst says

Anneka Treon, managing director of equities at Kempen, discusses what she believes is an "old economy" problem in Europe that could extend beyond the EU recovery fund.

3 years ago - CNBC International TV