SPDR MSCI USA Gender Diversity ETF (SHE)
|Ex-Dividend Date||Sep 15, 2023|
|Day's Range||91.09 - 91.89|
|Inception Date||Mar 7, 2016|
About SHEFund Home Page
The SPDR MSCI USA Gender Diversity ETF (SHE) is an exchange-traded fund that is based on the MSCI USA Gender Diversity Select index. The fund tracks a market cap-weighted index of US large- and mid-sized companies promoting gender diversity whilst exhibiting a relatively high proportion of women throughout all levels of their organizations. SHE was launched on Mar 7, 2016 and is issued by State Street.
Top 10 Holdings33.31% of assets
|Meta Platforms, Inc.||META||3.08%|
|UnitedHealth Group Incorporated||UNH||2.61%|
|UnitedHealth Group Incorporated||UNH||2.31%|
|Sep 15, 2023||$0.33984||Sep 20, 2023|
|Jun 16, 2023||$0.34708||Jun 22, 2023|
|Mar 17, 2023||$0.31594||Mar 22, 2023|
|Dec 16, 2022||$0.37799||Dec 21, 2022|
|Sep 16, 2022||$0.28323||Sep 21, 2022|
|Jun 17, 2022||$0.29107||Jun 23, 2022|
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