KraneShares Electrification Metals Strategy ETF (KMET)
|Dec 18, 2023
|13.03 - 13.12
|Oct 13, 2022
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The KraneShares Electrification Metals Strategy ETF (KMET) is an exchange-traded fund that is based on the Bloomberg Electrification Metals index. The fund tracks an index composed of futures contracts on metals that are involved in the clean energy transition. The portfolio composition and weighting are determined based on projected supply and demand. KMET was launched on Oct 13, 2022 and is issued by KraneShares.
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