KraneShares CSI China Internet ETF

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Основные параметры

Цена последней сделки 74.05
Код ценной бумаги KWEB
Полное наименование KraneShares CSI China Internet ETF
Объем 4095000000
Изм за день, % -0.01
Комиссия 0.73
Дата основания Jul 31. 2013
Сайт ссылка
Тип актива Equity
Индекс CSI China Overseas Internet Index
Регион Emerging Asia Pacific
Средний P/E 30.3
Дивиденды 0.30
5 летняя доходность 107.35
3 летняя доходность 29.65
Годовая доходность 56.76
Бета 0.89
Валюта usd
Топ 10 эмитентов, % 61.50
Количество компаний 44
Изменение цены за день: -3.37% (76.63)

Топ эмитентов

Эмитент Доля, % P/BV P/S P/E EV/Ebitda
Alibaba Group Holding Limited 9.9 0.64 6.19 25.25 24.69
Pinduoduo Inc. 6.42 2.66 18.22 -117.2
Baidu 5.72 0.39 0.67 21.44 0.08
KE Holdings Inc. 4.47 9.6 0.94 417.4 4.14
NetEase, Inc. 4.35 0.86 0.98 38.08 0.42 Group Limited 4.31 1.15 -176.21 3.98 0.65 1.08 16.21 61.46
Bilibili Inc. 3.87 4.71 3.2 -23.6
TAL Education Group 3.52 8.31 8.8 2030 1.818
Vipshop 2.66 0.68 1.24 21.8 16.56

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Описание KraneShares CSI China Internet ETF

KraneShares CSI China Internet ETF (KWEB) is the only ETF on the market that offers pureplay exposure to Chinese software and information technology stocks that are China’s answer to U.S. firms like Amazon and Facebook.

KraneShares specializes in Chinese markets, and is majority owned by a leading Chinese investment bank. Their lineup includes other thematic funds targeting narrow slices of the Chinese economy.

KWEB’s portfolio is dominated by well-known large-cap stocks like Alibaba and Tencent, but also owns a sizable chunk of mid- and small-cap firms that many U.S. investors might not recognize. KWEB is the only ETF of its type, which allows it to command a higher fee of 76 basis points, which isn’t an unreasonable premium to pay for targeted exposure to Chinese internet firms.

One foible to keep in mind is that KWEB only invests in overseas-listed shares of Chinese firms, primarily share classes listed in the U.S. and Hong Kong, which means it misses out on a slice of the mainland China market. For the past few years, index giant MSCI Inc. has been slowly and steadily adding slices of mainland China A-shares to its global benchmarks, which has given U.S. investors easier access to companies listed in Shanghai and Shenzhen.

For broader exposure to Chinese stocks, investors might consider KraneShares MSCI All China Index ETF (KALL), Deutsche Bank’s Ztrackers Harvest CSI 300 China A-Shares ETF (ASHR) or iShares MSCI China ETF (MCHI). he KraneShares Bosera MSCI China A Share ETF (KBA) was reconfigured in December 2017 to invest in an index of mainland Chinese stocks added to MSCI’s popular emerging markets indices.