iShares Core MSCI EAFE ETF

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Основные параметры

Цена последней сделки 72.29
Код ценной бумаги IEFA
Полное наименование iShares Core MSCI EAFE ETF
Объем 87640000000
Изм за день, % 0.0
Комиссия 0.07
Дата основания Oct 18. 2012
Ссылка ссылка
Тип актива Equity
Индекс MSCI EAFE Investable Market Index
Регион Developed Markets
Средний P/E 17.58
Дивиденды 1.81
5 летняя доходность 65.22
3 летняя доходность 18.09
Годовая доходность 20.01
Бета 0.88
Валюта usd

Топ эмитентов

Эмитент Доля, % P/BV P/S P/E EV/Ebitda
Nestle 1.62
ASML Holding N.V. 1.31 18.39 13.7 80.92
Rogers Corporation 1.22 3.44 4.38 70.43 18.22
Moelis & Company 0.94 6.59 3.35 17.68
AstraZeneca PLC 0.68 8.13 4.8 39.72 20.95

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Описание iShares Core MSCI EAFE ETF

The iShares Core MSCI EAFE ETF (IEFA) is the younger, cheaper variation on BlackRock’s flagship iShares MSCI EAFE ETF (EFA). IEFA debuted in 2012 as part of the new ultra-low-cost iShares Core series, which was designed to attract buy-and-hold investors.

IEFA delivers broad exposure to developed markets equities outside of the U.S., and does it for a fraction of the price charged by the legacy iShares fund. IEFA also includes smaller-cap names ignored by its older sibling, making it a staple holding of long-term investors who want exposure to developed markets outside North America.

IEFA’s massive size makes it easy for institutional investors to buy and sell large blocks. But its pricier sibling is still favored by active traders, who prefer EFA for its deep liquidity, tight tracking and massive options market.

While IEFA beats EFA on fees, it is still not as cheap as rivals like the Vanguard FTSE Developed Markets ETF (VEA) or Charles Schwab’s International Equity ETF (SCHF). But investors should note a few critical differences: Both VWO and SCHE track an indexes that include Canada and South Korea, whereas the iShares funds follow MSCI benchmarks that exclude Canada from EAFE indexes and lump South Korea in with emerging markets.

Unsuspecting investors who mix and match funds from different firms may find themselves either unintentionally overweight Canada and South Korea, or missing out on those countries entirely.