KraneShares Asia Pacific High Income Bond ETF (KHYB)

NYSEARCA: KHYB · IEX Real-Time Price · USD
0.00 (0.00%)
Mar 21, 2023, 4:00 PM EDT - Market closed
Assets $21.40M
Expense Ratio 0.68%
PE Ratio n/a
Shares Out 800,000
Dividend (ttm) $2.56
Dividend Yield 9.54%
Ex-Dividend Date Feb 24, 2023
Payout Ratio n/a
1-Year Return -7.89%
Volume 3,828
Open 26.85
Previous Close 26.85
Day's Range 26.85 - 26.86
52-Week Low 23.79
52-Week High 29.99
Beta 0.15
Holdings 79
Inception Date Jun 26, 2018

About KHYB

The KraneShares Asia Pacific High Income Bond ETF (KHYB) is an exchange-traded fund that mostly invests in high yield fixed income. The fund is an actively managed fund that provides broad exposure to primarily high-yield bonds from the Asia-Pacific. KHYB was launched on Jun 26, 2018 and is managed by KraneShares.

Asset Class Fixed Income
Category Emerging Markets Bond
Region Asia-Pacific
Stock Exchange NYSEARCA
Ticker Symbol KHYB
Index Tracked JP Morgan Asia Credit (JACI) Non-Investment Grade Corporate Index


Ex-Dividend Amount Pay Date
Feb 24, 2023 $0.17664 Feb 28, 2023
Jan 27, 2023 $0.1819 Jan 31, 2023
Dec 28, 2022 $0.57155 Dec 30, 2022
Nov 28, 2022 $0.16591 Nov 30, 2022
Oct 27, 2022 $0.15766 Oct 31, 2022
Sep 28, 2022 $0.17239 Sep 30, 2022
Full Dividend History


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