Franklin FTSE Europe Hedged ETF


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Основные параметры

Цена последней сделки 26.42
Код ценной бумаги FLEH
Полное наименование Franklin FTSE Europe Hedged ETF
Объем 15720000000
Изм за день, % 0.0
Комиссия 0.09
Дата основания Nov 02. 2017
Сайт ссылка
Тип актива Equity
Индекс FTSE Developed Europe Capped Hedged to USD Index
Регион Developed Europe
Средний P/E 20.4
Дивиденды 1.76
3 летняя доходность 31.78
Годовая доходность 34.95
Бета 0.8
Валюта usd
Топ 10 эмитентов, % 57.66
Количество компаний 579
Изменение цены за день: 0.46% (26.3)

Топ эмитентов

Эмитент Доля, % P/BV P/S P/E EV/Ebitda
Nestle 1.51
ASML Holding N.V. 1.17 18.9 15.59 62.35 49.32
Rogers Corporation 1.07 3.5 4.45 71.63 18.83
Moelis & Company 0.8 6.57 3.34 17.63
AstraZeneca PLC 0.6 8.39 4.94 41 21.56
Banco Santander, S.A. 0.51 0.74 1.88 7.12

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Описание Franklin FTSE Europe Hedged ETF

The Franklin FTSE Europe Hedged ETF (FLEH) tracks an index of large and mid-size stocks in Europe while hedging out the currency exposure that an investment in international equities brings. This delivers isolated exposure to the performance of the underlying equities in local prices. Currency fluctuations can be a significant driver of gains and losses, and some investors may prefer the potential diversification benefit of exposure to non-U.S. dollar investments. FLEH delivers hedged exposure at an extremely reasonable price, but it trails competitors like the Xtrackers MSCI Europe Hedged Equity Fund (DBEU) in assets and liquidity.

FLEH maintains broadly similar sector exposure to the unhedged iShares Core MSCI Europe ETF (IEUR), but IEUR has a deeper portfolio with a larger allocation to mid- and small-cap stocks. FLEH’s currency hedges means the performance of the two will be substantially different. Investors who expect the U.S. dollar to appreciate relative to the euro might prefer this fund to bet on the performance of European stocks. FLEH should outperform IEUR when the U.S. currency strengthens. Those expecting the dollar to lose value relative to the euro will probably prefer to leave currency exposure unhedged, utilizing a fund such as IEUR instead. Those investors without a strong view in either direction might use a mix of both hedged and unhedged European equity ETFs (e.g., 50% FLEH and 50% IEUR).