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First Trust ISE Chindia ETFFund



  • Change -0.19 (-0.7%)
  • Volume 0.03 M

3:59 PM EDT Apr 29, 2016
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  • Assets $289.7M
  • Expense Ratio 0.60%
  • Yield 0.83%
  • Vs 50 Day EMA %
  • Vs 200 Day EMA %

US Equity ETF

First Trust ISE Chindia Index Fund is an exchange-traded fund incorporated in the USA. The ETF tracks the performance of the ISE Chindia Index. The ETF holds American Depository Receipts (ADRs) in companies that are domiciled in India or China and have ADRs on U.S. exchanges. The ADRs are selected and weighted using certain liquidity requirements. The ETF is rebalanced semi-annually.

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Last Close Volume
22,356 12.6%
Trend on Last Close
50 DAY 27.53 31.19 -11.7% 05-08-2015
200 DAY 27.53 30.23 -8.9% 03-17-2015
-0.0036 1.555 0.626 0.079
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    Investors may have to get use to the idea of double-digit oil prices sticking around for the near-term. Consequently, exchange traded fund traders can capitalize on countries that rely on heavy crude imports. "This is an oil shock that was supply-driven and the supply was crea...

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  • A Targeted China/India ETF to Capture Emerging Market Growth

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    I do the "ETF of the Week" for MarketWatch every week on Chuck Jaffe's MoneyLife Show where I highlight big movers and disappointments among exchange traded funds. I took a look at the First Trust ISE Chindia Index Fund (NYSEArca: FNI). Growth in the emerging economies may be ...

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    China and India are Asia's largest and third-largest economies, respectively. As such, the pair often occupy important positions in a host of emerging markets exchange traded funds. However, only the First Trust ISE Chindia Index Fund (NYSEArca: FNI) is devoted to just Chinese...

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  • First Trust Makes a Name for Itself With Top-Performing ETFs

    05-20-2010 02:00 PM by Tom Lydon

    When it comes to its line of top-performing exchange traded funds (ETFs), First Trust appears to be operating under the philosophy of "slow and steady wins the race." And it's paying off. At the end of 2008, First Trust had $800 million in assets under management and was one ...

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  • The Ultimate Guide to the BRIC ETFs

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    You are viewing an older ETF Trends article from 2009. You may be interested in reading our more current articles on Emerging Markets and Frontier Markets. Signs of a recovery are showing up in some surprising places - particularly, the BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India and China)...

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  • India ETFs Change Course After Elections

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Number of Holdings: 50

Technology 30.85%
Financials 22.37%
Energy 11.73%
Telecommunications 11.32%
Industrials 8.85%
Consumer Discretionary 5.43%
Materials 4.47%
Health Care 4.27%
Utilities 0.71%
IT Services 17%
Banks 16.6%
E-Commerce Discretionary 16.3%
Internet Media 9%
Internet Based Services 7.1%
Telecom Carriers 6.6%
Generic Pharma 5.9%
Application Software 4.8%
Automobiles 3.4%
Integrated Oils 2.4%
Base Metals 1.6%
Educational Services 1.4%
Casinos & Gaming 1.2%
Unknown 0.07%
United States 99.9%
Unknown 0.1%
Large-cap 51.3%
Micro-cap 45.9%
Small-cap 2.2%
Unknown 0.6%

Number of Holdings: 50





Market Cap


8.1% INFY Infosys Ltd Technology 39760000 United States
7.5% HDB HDFC Bank Ltd Financials 52456000 United States
7.4% TTM Tata Motors Ltd Industrials 19255000 United States
7.2% PTR PetroChina Co Ltd Energy 299126000 United States
6.1% JD Inc Consumer Discretionary 37778000 United States
5.7% NTES NetEase Inc Technology 19420000 United States
4.7% CEO CNOOC Ltd Energy 54800000 United States
4.4% MPEL Melco Crown Entertai... Consumer Discretionary 12784000 United States
4.2% WIT Wipro Ltd Technology 30918000 United States
4.1% RDY Dr Reddy's Laborator... Health Care 11339000 United States

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