Schwab International Small-Cap Equity ETF (SCHC)

NYSEARCA: SCHC · IEX Real-Time Price · USD
-0.07 (-0.22%)
Sep 27, 2023, 4:00 PM EDT - Market closed
Assets $3.65B
Expense Ratio 0.11%
PE Ratio 11.08
Shares Out n/a
Dividend (ttm) $0.73
Dividend Yield 2.27%
Ex-Dividend Date Jun 21, 2023
Payout Ratio 25.12%
1-Year Return +16.53%
Volume 320,229
Open 32.18
Previous Close 32.07
Day's Range 31.83 - 32.22
52-Week Low 26.67
52-Week High 35.54
Beta n/a
Holdings 2218
Inception Date Jan 14, 2010

About SCHC

Fund Home Page

The Schwab International Small-Cap Equity ETF (SCHC) is an exchange-traded fund that mostly invests in small-cap stocks. The fund tracks a market-cap-weighted index of the smallest 10% of companies in the FTSE Developed ex-US Index. SCHC was launched on Jan 14, 2010 and is issued by Charles Schwab.

Asset Class Equity
Category Foreign Small/Mid Blend
Region Global
Stock Exchange NYSEARCA
Ticker Symbol SCHC
ETF Provider Charles Schwab
Index Tracked FTSE Custom Developed Small Cap ex-US Liquid Net of Tax (Lux)

Top 10 Holdings

6.05% of assets
Name Symbol Weight
Cameco Corp CCO.TO 0.94%
WSP Global Inc WSP.TO 0.88%
First Quantum Minerals Ltd FM.TO 0.70%
RB Global Inc RBA.TO 0.60%
TFI International Inc TFII.TO 0.57%
Emera Inc EMA.TO 0.53%
ARC Resources Ltd ARX.TO 0.51%
Open Text Corp OTEX.TO 0.50%
Msci Eafe Dec23 Ifus 20231215 n/a 0.44%
Stantec Inc STN.TO 0.39%
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Ex-Dividend Amount Pay Date
2023-06-21 $0.165 2023-06-26
2022-12-07 $0.5605 2022-12-12
2021-12-30 $0.0155 2022-01-04
2021-12-08 $1.0061 2021-12-13
2021-06-23 $0.2141 2021-06-28
2020-12-10 $0.6089 2020-12-15
Full Dividend History


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