iShares Currency Hedged MSCI UK ETF (NYSEARCA:HEWU) has negative Mar 23 day. The ETF reached $23.28 per share after 2.18% change. It has 14.87 million net assets and 0.21% volatility for the month.
During the day 6,167 shares traded hands, in comparisong to to iShares Currency Hedged MSCI UK ETFâ€™s (NYSEARCA:HEWU) average volume of 9,910 for the past 30 days.
The ATR of ETF is 0.14, thatâ€™s -9.96% of its 52-Week High and 8.58% of its 52-Week Low. The current year and quarter efficiency are: 7.86% and 0.51%.
iShares Currency Hedged MSCI UK ETF has perf of 7.15% YTD, 1 year of 3.57% and 3 years of 10.23%.
The following iShares Currency Hedged MSCI UK ETFâ€™s ratios are: PS ratio is 0.92; PB ratio: 1.27; price to cashflow ratio is 6.09 and avg P/E ratio is 12.66. The fundâ€™s top holdings are: iShares MSCI United Kingdom ETF for 100.09% of assets. ETFâ€™s sector weights are: Basic Materials 9.83%, CONSUMER_CYCLICAL 9.98%, Financial Services 20.07%, Realestate 1.27%, Consumer Defensive 17.01%, Healthcare 9.78%, Utilities 3.37%, Communication Services 3.08%, Energy 17.99%, Industrials 6.35%, Technology 1.27%. Also has 4.78% yield.
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