iShares U.S. Home Construction ETF (ITB)
|Ex-Dividend Date||Sep 26, 2023|
|Day's Range||86.88 - 89.58|
|Inception Date||May 1, 2006|
About ITBFund Home Page
The iShares U.S. Home Construction ETF (ITB) is an exchange-traded fund that is based on the DJ US Select / Home Construction index, a market-cap-weighted index of companies involved in the production and sale of materials used in home construction. ITB was launched on May 1, 2006 and is issued by BlackRock.
Top 10 Holdings65.77% of assets
|D.R. Horton, Inc.||DHI||15.19%|
|The Sherwin-Williams Company||SHW||4.45%|
|The Home Depot, Inc.||HD||4.16%|
|Lowe's Companies, Inc.||LOW||3.76%|
|Toll Brothers, Inc.||TOL||3.66%|
|Builders FirstSource, Inc.||BLDR||2.71%|
|Sep 26, 2023||$0.15051||Oct 2, 2023|
|Jun 7, 2023||$0.09946||Jun 13, 2023|
|Mar 23, 2023||$0.14012||Mar 29, 2023|
|Dec 13, 2022||$0.12327||Dec 19, 2022|
|Sep 26, 2022||$0.14885||Sep 30, 2022|
|Jun 9, 2022||$0.10163||Jun 15, 2022|
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