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OBOR - KraneShares MSCI One Belt One Road ETF

Stock Price: $29.85 USD 0.33 (1.12%)
Updated Apr 21, 2021 4:00 PM EDT - Market closed
Assets $11.94M
NAV $29.85
Expense Ratio 0.80%
PE Ratio 13.88
Beta (5Y) 0.88
Dividend (ttm) $0.55
Dividend Yield 1.84%
Ex-Dividend Date Dec 29, 2020
1-Year Return -
Trading Day April 21
Last Price $29.85
Previous Close $29.52
Change ($) 0.33
Change (%) 1.12%
Day's Open 29.54
Day's Range 29.81 - 29.85
Day's Volume 513
52-Week Range 17.70 - 29.99

Fund Description

The investment seeks to track the MSCI Global China Infrastructure Exposure Index. The fund will invest at least 80% of its total assets in components of the index, depositary receipts, including ADRs, representing such components and securities underlying depositary receipts in the index. The underlying index is designed to track the equity market performance of listed companies with high revenue exposure to Chinese infrastructure development in a specified set of industries relevant to the Chinese government's One Belt, One Road initiative, as determined by the provider of the underlying index. It is non-diversified.

Asset Class
Equity
Inception Date
Sep 7, 2017
Exchange
NYSEARCA
Ticker Symbol
OBOR
Index Tracked
MSCI Global China Infrastructure Exposure Index

Top 10 Holdings

42.01% of assets
NameSymbolWeight
Impala Platinum Holdings LtdIMP.JO7.54%
Oversea-Chinese Banking Corp LtdO39.SI6.38%
Contemporary Amperex Technology Co Ltd Class A300750.SZ5.32%
Mining and Metallurgical Company NORILSK NICKEL PJSCGMKN.ME5.03%
Anglo American Platinum LtdAMS.JO3.89%
KGHM Polska Miedz SAKGH.WA3.72%
Rosneft Oil CoROSN.ME3.53%
ICL Group LtdICL.TA2.27%
Petronas Chemicals Group BhdPCHEM.KL2.24%
PTT Global Chemical PCLPTTGC.BK2.09%
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Dividends

Ex-DividendAmountPay Date
Dec 29, 2020$0.549Dec 31, 2020
Dec 27, 2019$1.047Dec 31, 2019
Dec 26, 2018$0.612Dec 28, 2018
Dec 19, 2017$0.0267Dec 22, 2017
Full Dividend History

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