VanEck Vectors Russia ETF (RSX)
|Ex-Dividend Date||Dec 20, 2021|
|Day's Range||22.76 - 23.32|
|Inception Date||Apr 24, 2007|
The fund normally invests at least 80% of its total assets in securities that comprise the fund's benchmark index. The index includes securities, which may include depositary receipts, of Russian companies. A company is generally considered to be a Russian company if it is incorporated in Russia or is incorporated outside of Russia but has at least 50% of its revenues/related assets in Russia. Such companies may include medium-capitalization companies. It is non-diversified.
Top 10 Holdings59.68% of assets
|Gazprom PJSC ADR||OGZD.L||8.22%|
|Sberbank of Russia||SBRCY||7.35%|
|NOVATEK PJSC DR||NVTK.L||7.12%|
|Mining and Metallurgical Company NORILSK NICKEL PJSC ADR||NILSY||6.51%|
|Tatneft PJSC ADR||ATAD.L||5.77%|
|Rosneft Oil Co DR||OJS1.||5.51%|
|TCS Group Holding PLC DR||TCS.L||4.16%|
|Polymetal International PLC||POLY.L||3.77%|
|Dec 20, 2021||$1.5232||Dec 27, 2021|
|Dec 21, 2020||$0.7988||Dec 28, 2020|
|Dec 23, 2019||$1.4162||Dec 30, 2019|
|Dec 20, 2018||$0.967||Dec 27, 2018|
|Dec 18, 2017||$0.913||Dec 22, 2017|
|Dec 28, 2016||$0.005||Jan 4, 2017|
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