KraneShares CICC China Consumer Leaders Index ETF (KBUY)

NYSEARCA: KBUY · IEX Real-Time Price · USD
-0.25 (-1.62%)
Dec 1, 2023, 4:00 PM EST - Market closed
Assets $5.52M
Expense Ratio 0.69%
PE Ratio 17.93
Shares Out n/a
Dividend (ttm) $0.20
Dividend Yield 1.29%
Ex-Dividend Date Dec 28, 2022
Payout Ratio 23.17%
1-Year Return -15.94%
Volume 388
Open 15.07
Previous Close 15.45
Day's Range 15.07 - 15.20
52-Week Low 15.07
52-Week High 21.81
Beta n/a
Holdings 32
Inception Date Dec 9, 2020

About KBUY

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The KraneShares CICC China Consumer Leaders Index ETF (KBUY) is an exchange-traded fund that is based on the CICC China Consumer Leaders index, a market-cap-weighted index of Chinese companies engaged in Consumer-Related Industries. KBUY was launched on Dec 9, 2020 and is issued by KraneShares.

Asset Class Equity
Category China Region
Region Asia-Pacific
Stock Exchange NYSEARCA
Ticker Symbol KBUY
ETF Provider KraneShares
Index Tracked CICC China Consumer Leaders Index

Top 10 Holdings

64.81% of assets
Name Symbol Weight
Kweichow Moutai Co Ltd Class A 600519.SS 10.59%
Wuliangye Yibin Co Ltd Class A 000858.SZ 9.39%
Midea Group Co Ltd Class A 000333.SZ 8.17%
Luzhou Laojiao Co Ltd Class A 000568.SZ 7.14%
Haier Smart Home Co Ltd Class A 600690.SS 6.07%
Inner Mongolia Yili Industrial Group Co Ltd Class A 600887.SS 5.00%
Shanxi Xinghuacun Fen Wine Factory Co Ltd Class A 600809.SS 4.86%
ANTA Sports Products Ltd 2020.HK 4.67%
China Mengniu Dairy Co Ltd 2319.HK 4.49%
Gree Electric Appliances Inc of Zhuhai Class A 000651.SZ 4.45%
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Ex-Dividend Amount Pay Date
Dec 28, 2022 $0.19644 Dec 30, 2022
Dec 29, 2021 $0.11624 Dec 31, 2021
Full Dividend History


Strong Holiday Sales Could Prop Up This China Retail ETF

China's retail sector showed signs of improvement during the month of October, giving bullish investors optimism that the country is working out its economic growth woes. “Retail sales grew by 7.6% la...

11 days ago - ETF Trends

Consumer Spending Could Hint at Early Signs of China Recovery

Stronger-than-expected consumer spending in China could hint at early signs of a recovery as the country looks to jump-start its economy. China is in the midst of dealing with slow economic growth due...

2 months ago - ETF Trends

Changing Consumer Trends Will Continue Driving This ETF

Despite its current challenges with addressing economic growth, China's consumers continued to spend during the month of August and in the long-term buying trends should help shape opportunities in ex...

3 months ago - ETF Trends

As China Looks to Boost Consumption, Consider This Pair of ETFs

China's 2023 comeback could be losing steam as the economy struggles with maintaining its rally, but the government is doing what it can in order to keep consumption at an elevated level. Given this, ...

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4 months ago - ETF Trends

China the Most Watched EM Country in 2023 by Advisors

Tensions between China and the U.S. continue to take the media mainstage this year in an environment of continued geopolitical risk. Despite muted flows into China-focused funds this year, the country...

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5 months ago - ETF Trends

KraneShares' Visit Finds China “Open for Business”

Representatives from KraneShares recently visited China for the first time since the onset of the pandemic. The robust activity they found signals that China is an economy on the mend as business reco...

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5 months ago - ETF Trends

China's Consumers Are on the Move: Invest With KBUY

Markets closed today as fears about bank risk on both sides of the Atlantic caused heightened volatility, overshadowing the positive economic data released in China for the first two months of the yea...

9 months ago - ETF Trends

China Consumer in Focus as Headwinds Turn to Tailwinds

The issues that have plagued Chinese equities over the past two years, including a regulatory crackdown targeting consumer internet companies and strong coronavirus restrictions, are abating and, in t...

9 months ago - ETF Trends

China Wants More Domestic Consumption — This ETF Could Benefit

Among the Chinese Communist Party's long-running economic plans is an effort to reduce the country's dependence on exports while driving more internal consumption.

10 months ago - ETF Trends

2 ETFs to Consider as China's Economy Continues to Reopen

Institutional investors are singing the praises of China's reopening and the avenues of opportunities that it opens up. Goldman Sachs, in particular, noted that the reopening could boost global growth...

10 months ago - ETF Trends

Make the KBUY Call as China Consumer Story Rebounds

With China emerging from the effects of lengthy coronavirus lockdowns, stocks in the world's second-largest economy are rebounding this year. Not surprisingly, some consumer-oriented names are getting...

10 months ago - ETF Trends

China Gears Up To Boost Consumption: Invest With KBUY

China made announcements over the weekend that it would be providing monetary support and incentive to boost consumption across the country as it seeks to reach its 5.5% GDP goal for the year.

10 months ago - ETF Trends

China Reopening Could Boost KBUY

Late Thursday, Chinese authorities cut the time frame travelers must spend in quarantine and reduced coronavirus testing mandates in what could be bullish signs that the world's second-largest economy...

1 year ago - ETF Trends

Avoid Slow-Growth Chinese Companies With KBUY

Experienced emerging markets investors know that one of the keys to success when tapping equities in developing economies is often avoiding state-owned enterprises (SOEs) or those companies in which t...

1 year ago - ETF Trends

Amidst Foreign Sentiment, China's Consumers Spend Big

It's been another challenging week for China in the news, with reports of home buyers boycotting mortgage payments in Mainland China and rumors of a data breach at Alibaba collectively sending stocks ...

1 year ago - ETF Trends

China Reduces COVID-19 Requirements, Stocks Surge

It was a big night for Asian equities as markets responded strongly to reductions in COVID-19 mandates countrywide in China. Markets in China were buoyed by the outperformance of travel-related stocks...

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1 year ago - ETF Trends

Chinese Government to Stimulate More Domestic Consumerism

On Friday, China announced it would add liquidity to boost the flagging recovery of the country's economic system, according to the Wall Street Journal.  While fears of inflation are beginning to rela...

2 years ago - ETF Trends

Don't Let Latest Numbers Fool You: China's Retail Still a Bright Spot

The latest data coming out of China show an uneven recovery, but the retail industry still remains a bright spot, aiding funds like the KraneShares MSCI All China Consumer Discretionary Index ETF (KBU...

2 years ago - ETF Trends

Consumers in China Are Re-Opening Their Wallets

China's consumers are ready to re-open their wallets, which bodes well for the KraneShares CICC China Consumer Leaders Index ETF (KBUY). Recent economic data is showing that China's consumers are star...

2 years ago - ETF Trends

Betting On The Chinese Consumer Gets Easier With New KraneShares ETF

For almost as long as there's been emerging markets exchange-traded funds, investors have been regaled with tales of consumer spending growth in developing economies. What To Know: Indeed, incomes and...

3 years ago - Benzinga