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PowerShares FTSE RAFI Asia Pacific ex-Japan Portfolio ETFFund

 

60.49

  • Change -0.11 (-0.2%)
  • Volume 0.00 M

2:32 PM EDT Aug 29, 2014
U.S. Markets are closed

  • Assets $48.5M
  • Expense Ratio 0.49%
  • Yield 3.10%
  • Vs 50 Day EMA %
  • Vs 200 Day EMA %

Global Equity ETF

PowerShares FTSE RAFI Asia Pacific ex-Japan Portfolio is an exchange-traded fund incorporated in the USA. The Fund seeks investment results that correspond to the FTSE RAFI Asia Pacific ex-Japan Index is a fundamental-weighted index based on the following four fundamental measures of firm size: book value income sales and dividends.

Performance
TODAY 1 DAY 5 DAY 10 DAY 1 MO 3 MO 6 MO 1 YR 2 YR 5 YR
-0.2% -0.2% 0.9% 0.8% 0.0% 3.0% 11.1% 18.7% 23.9% 68.0%
Last Close Volume
AVG VOL (10 D) CHANGE
3,167 -166.6%
Trend on Last Close
  Price EMA EMA P DATE CROSSED
50 DAY 60.49 57.14 5.9% 08-29-2014
200 DAY 60.49 56.95 6.2% 08-29-2014
Technical
ALPHA BETA R2 STD DEV
-0.0041 1.386 0.695 0.067
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Number of Holdings: 179

Financials 38.5%
Industrials 16%
Materials 12.5%
Technology 7.4%
Consumer Discretionary 7.3%
Consumer Staples 6%
Energy 4.1%
Telecommunications 4.1%
Utilities 3.4%
Other 0.709%
Banks 25.1%
Steel Raw Material Suppliers 6%
Communications Equipment 5.7%
Multi Asset Class RE Own&Dev 4.4%
Unknown 4.082%
Telecom Carriers 3.7%
Property & Casualty 3.6%
Automobile OEM 2.9%
Steel Producers 2.7%
Utility Networks 2.3%
Food Retailers 2.2%
Retail Misc/Diversified 2%
Retail REIT 2%
Refining & Marketing 2%
Life Insurance 1.6%
Consumer Electronics 1.6%
Pharmacies & Drug Stores 1.5%
Exploration & Production 1.5%
Basic & Diversified Chemicals 1.3%
Ship/Boat Building 1.2%
Power Generation 1.2%
Institutional Brokerage 1.1%
Passenger Transportation 1%
General Merchant Wholesalers 1%
Australia 49.5%
Korea 30%
China 17.6%
Unknown 2.9%
Large-cap 84.2%
Mid-cap 10.7%
Unknown 2.9%
Small-cap 2.2%

Number of Holdings: 179

%

Ticker

Name

Sector

Market Cap

Country

2.0% Hyundai Motor Co Consumer Discretionary 53637322640000 Korea
1.0% LG Electronics Inc Technology 12551787330000 Korea
0.8% Kia Motors Corp Consumer Discretionary 24727164170000 Korea
0.6% Hyundai Mobis Consumer Discretionary 30127925600000 Korea
0.4% Li & Fung Ltd Consumer Discretionary 87282560000 China
0.3% TTS Tatts Group Ltd Consumer Discretionary 5006560000 Australia
0.3% Lotte Shopping Co Lt... Consumer Discretionary 10061339990000 Korea
0.2% Esprit Holdings Ltd 0
0.2% TAH Tabcorp Holdings Ltd Consumer Discretionary 2655080000 Australia
0.2% SPH Singapore Press Hold... Communications 6622490000 China

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