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- Fund Family KraneShares
- Assets Under Management 2,717,823,000
- Market Capitalization, $K 2,717,823
- Shares Outstanding, K 51,650
- 60-Month Beta 1.45
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-1.56 (-2.90%)since 01/14/20
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+6.54 (+14.31%)since 11/14/19
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+7.59 (+17.00%)since 02/14/19
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