Invesco Building & Construction ETF (PKB)

NYSEARCA: PKB · IEX Real-Time Price · USD
70.38
-0.57 (-0.81%)
Apr 12, 2024, 4:00 PM EDT - Market closed
-0.81%
Assets $292.00M
Expense Ratio 0.62%
PE Ratio 12.60
Shares Out 4.12M
Dividend (ttm) $0.19
Dividend Yield 0.27%
Ex-Dividend Date Mar 18, 2024
Payout Ratio 3.46%
1-Year Return +56.54%
Volume 15,769
Open 70.46
Previous Close 70.95
Day's Range 70.01 - 70.95
52-Week Low 44.90
52-Week High 75.18
Beta 1.37
Holdings 32
Inception Date Oct 26, 2005

About PKB

Fund Home Page

The Invesco Building & Construction ETF (PKB) is an exchange-traded fund that mostly invests in industrials equity. The fund tracks an index of building and construction companies, selected using multiple factors and weighted in tiers. PKB was launched on Oct 26, 2005 and is issued by Invesco.

Asset Class Equity
Category Industrials
Stock Exchange NYSEARCA
Ticker Symbol PKB
ETF Provider Invesco
Index Tracked Dynamic Building & Construction Intellidex Index (AMEX)

Top 10 Holdings

45.66% of assets
Name Symbol Weight
Martin Marietta Materials, Inc. MLM 5.26%
PulteGroup, Inc. PHM 5.01%
Carlisle Companies Incorporated CSL 5.01%
Lennar Corporation LEN 4.93%
D.R. Horton, Inc. DHI 4.93%
NVR, Inc. NVR 4.90%
Vulcan Materials Company VMC 4.87%
The Home Depot, Inc. HD 4.40%
Sterling Infrastructure, Inc. STRL 3.25%
Construction Partners, Inc. ROAD 3.10%
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Dividends

Ex-Dividend Amount Pay Date
Mar 18, 2024 $0.02736 Mar 22, 2024
Dec 18, 2023 $0.04143 Dec 22, 2023
Sep 18, 2023 $0.04913 Sep 22, 2023
Jun 20, 2023 $0.07546 Jun 23, 2023
Mar 20, 2023 $0.04112 Mar 24, 2023
Dec 19, 2022 $0.06575 Dec 23, 2022
Full Dividend History

News

New Home Sales Fall 0.3% in February

The February release for new home sales from the Census Bureau came in at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 662,000 units, falling short of the 675,000 forecast. New home sales were down 0.3% month...

Other symbols: ITBREZXHB
20 days ago - ETF Trends

Exploring Economic Indicators: The Housing Market

Economic indicators are released every week to provide insight into the overall health and performance of an economy. They serve as essential tools for policymakers, advisors, investors, and businesse...

Other symbols: ITBREZRSPSPYXHBXLY
20 days ago - ETF Trends

New Home Sales Inch Up in January But Fall Short of Expectations

The January release for new home sales from the Census Bureau came in at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 661,000 units, falling short of the 680,000 forecast. New home sales were up 1.5% month-ov...

Other symbols: ITBREZXHB
6 weeks ago - ETF Trends

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9 months ago - Forbes

Housing Is Cruising For A Bust, But Not Just Yet

The Fed must act to prevent the worst from happening.

Other symbols: ITBXHB
2 years ago - Forbes

NAHB Sentiment Index data better than expected

CNBC's Diana Olick joins 'Squawk on the Street' to discuss the NAHB Sentiment Index, or builder sentiment. Olick discusses all things housing after Monday's economic data release.

Other symbols: ITBXHB
2 years ago - CNBC Television

Economic Report: Home builders grow more confident in spite of continued supply-chain headaches

Sentiment among home builders improved for the second consecutive month, rebounding further from the low point reached at the end of summer.

Other symbols: ITBXHB
2 years ago - Market Watch

U.S. homebuilder confidence unexpectedly rises in October, survey shows

Confidence among U.S. single-family homebuilders rose by the most in nearly a year in October as customer traffic improved for a second straight month, although builders remain concerned that the shor...

Other symbols: ITBXHB
2 years ago - Reuters

Homebuilder sentiment bounces back despite ongoing supply chain problems

Homebuilder confidence rose in October thanks to strong buyer demand.

Other symbols: ITBXHB
2 years ago - CNBC

Signs of a slowdown in the housing market?

Glenn Kelman, president and CEO of Redfin, joins Fast Money to discuss the state of the housing market and whether things have slowed down.

Other symbols: ITBXHB
2 years ago - CNBC Television

The housing boom could be losing steam

The economic recovery from the pandemic has produced a red-hot global housing market, sending prices soaring and generating angst for would-be first-time buyers.

Other symbols: ITBXHB
2 years ago - CNN Business

Builders pull back as more homebuyers are priced out of the market

Building permits, an indicator of future construction, fell more than expected to the lowest since August.

Other symbols: ITBXHB
2 years ago - CNBC

Homebuilders down on new home sales drop

CNBC's Diana Olick reports on how higher mortgage rates and second straight months of declines in new home sales is affecting homebuilders.

Other symbols: ITBKBHXHB
3 years ago - CNBC Television

U.S. homebuilder confidence falls to 10-month low in June

U.S. homebuilder confidence in the market for single family homes fell in June to its lowest level since August 2020, dented by higher housing costs and shortages in key materials such as lumber.

Other symbols: ITBXHB
3 years ago - Reuters

Homebuilder sentiment falls to lowest since August

CNBC's Rick Santelli and Diana Olick report on April's business inventories and June's homebuilder sentiment.

Other symbols: ITBXHB
3 years ago - CNBC Television

Economic Report: High lumber prices and other barriers choke the confidence of home builders and home buyers

Home builders are giddy about the soaring demand for new houses, but they're not so happy about high lumber prices, labor shortages and other barriers in their way.

Other symbols: ITBXHB
3 years ago - Market Watch

Homebuilders are failing to meet the challenge of America's historic housing shortage

The assignment was a gimme. With house supply near record lows, demand strong, and prices surging to record highs, contractors simply needed to build more. Data out Tuesday suggests they aren't rising...

Other symbols: ITBXHB
3 years ago - Business Insider

Single family housing starts down 13.4%, a huge miss

CNBC's Rick Santelli and Diana Olick report on housing starts and building permits data.

Other symbols: ITBXHB
3 years ago - CNBC Television

Home construction sees biggest drop since pandemic hit. Here's why

Despite a historic shortage of homes for sale, homebuilders are actually slowing production, handcuffed by skyrocketing commodity prices.

Other symbols: ITBXHB
3 years ago - CNBC

U.S. housing starts drop sharply; building permits rise modestly

WASHINGTON (Reuters) -U.S. homebuilding fell more than expected in April, likely pulled down by soaring prices for lumber and other materials, but construction remains supported by an acute shortage o...

Other symbols: ITBXHB
3 years ago - Reuters

Economic Report: Construction on new homes retreats as builders grapple with supply-chain headaches

Permitting activity moved higher, an indication that home builders expect the strong demand for housing to continue.

Other symbols: ITBXHB
3 years ago - Market Watch

Housing starts fall as builders contend with shortage of materials and labor

U.S. home builders started construction on homes at a seasonally-adjusted annual rate of 1.57 million in April, representing a 9.5% decrease from the previous month's downwardly-revised figure, the U....

Other symbols: ITBXHB
3 years ago - Market Watch

Homebuilder confidence high despite growing concerns over price, availability of materials

According to the National Association of Homebuilder's (NAHB)/Wells Fargo housing market index, the reading for homebuilder confidence for newly built single-family homes for the month of May was 83, ...

Other symbols: ITBXHB
3 years ago - Fox Business

NAHB housing market index meets expectations in May

CNBC's Diana Olick breaks down the latest round of National Association of Home Builders housing market index.

Other symbols: ITBXHB
3 years ago - CNBC Television

U.S. homebuilder confidence steady in May, survey shows

Confidence among U.S. single-family homebuilders held steady in May despite worries over shortages of building materials, which are boosting prices and threatening to sideline first-time homebuyers fr...

Other symbols: ITBXHB
3 years ago - Reuters