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- Fund Family N/A
- Assets Under Management 0
- Shares Outstanding, K 900
- 60-Month Beta 0.64
- Price/Earnings ttm N/A
- Annual Dividend & Yield 0.53 (2.04%)
- Most Recent Dividend N/A on N/A
- Management Fee N/A
|Period||Period Low||Period High||Performance|
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+0.36 (+1.41%)since 07/17/20
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+3.65 (+16.40%)since 05/15/20
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+1.16 (+4.69%)since 08/16/19
The International Monetary Fund has downgraded its outlook for the global economy and now expects a deeper global recession.
The European Commission proposed a plan to borrow 750 billion euros ($826.5 billion) on the market and then disburse to EU countries.
Here we highlight some global low-volatility ETFs that could be intriguing choices for those who want to stay invested in equities but like the idea of focusing on minimum volatility.
As the ECB announced massive bond-buying program in order to fight the coronavirus-induced fallout, these Europe ETFs may gain over the long term.
Here we analyse whether it is the right time to add global low-volatility ETFs to your portfolio in the wake of the rapidly-spreading coronavirus.
We discuss some low-volatility ETFs that can help counter the rising risks due to the rapidly spreading coronavirus in global economies.
Global markets remained edgy, making these low-volatility ETFs good picks at the current level.
The ECB may roll out new stimulus measures in September, which could boost these ETFs in the near term.
As tensions rise around the Strait of Hormuz, exports continue to slump in major Asian nations and Brexit uncertainty lingers, investors can bet on these low-volatility global ETFs.
|3rd Resistance Point||N/A|
|2nd Resistance Point||25.96|
|1st Resistance Point||25.93|
|1st Support Level||25.88|
|2nd Support Level||25.86|
|3rd Support Level||N/A|