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- Fund Family BlackRock iShares
- Assets Under Management 1,982,900,000
- Market Capitalization, $K 1,982,900
- Shares Outstanding, K 100,400
- 60-Month Beta 1.07
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+0.85 (+4.60%)since 09/30/20
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+4.84 (+33.38%)since 07/30/20
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+8.68 (+81.42%)since 10/30/19
Clean energy ETFs may likely to remain strong ahead no matter who wins the U.S. election.
In today's times, the carbon neutral status is coveted by every country. Evidently, updates on sustainability initiatives undertaken by the governments or corporates are rampant.
Inside the green energy ETFs rush ahead of elections.
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Nov 3 election day is about three weeks away. An investing case should be worked out for the both the scenario ??? Biden or Trump win.
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Here we discuss ETFs that can be a good addition for enhanced portfolio returns in the fourth quarter of 2020.
Investors are rushing toward greener stocks ahead of 2020 elections. The former vice president Joe Biden, who proposed to build a green and clean infrastructure, is leading Donald Trump in the polls.
The idea now is to have more of an a la carte approach to stimulus: sending out $1200 checks with the president's signature on it and a $25 billion airline payroll stipend, among other things.
During the pandemic, investors continue to focus on opportunities for their portfolios cropping up from the new normal.