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Euro Zone Equity

EuroZone equity mutual funds and ETFs own securities on the various stock... EuroZone equity mutual funds and ETFs own securities on the various stock exchanges of the 20 countries that use the Euro as their currency. This includes Austria, Belgium, Croatia, Cyprus, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, and Spain. Services are the most important sector by far in the EuroZone, with industrial output a distant second. Several of these funds and ETFs can be actively managed as they require special knowledge of foreign markets and active management may increase the chances of generating a higher return compared to an index fund or passive ETF. EuroZone equity mutual funds may invest in common equities, and these can vary by market capitalization (small or large), dividend income (total income or high income), and strategy (sector-based or factor-based), among others. EuroZone Equity Funds may leave their currency exposure unhedged, or choose to protect the portfolio from swings in the value of the Euro. Investors are typically attracted to EuroZone equities because the region is one of the largest economic blocs in the world, with nominal GDP in 2022 of over US$ 14 trillion. Several countries in the Euro Zone are highly developed. And since these funds can have exposure to a broad range of sectors across several developed countries, they are usually appropriate for conservative investors. Last Updated: 04/15/2024 View more View less

EuroZone equity mutual funds and ETFs own securities on the various stock exchanges of the 20 countries that use the Euro as their currency. This includes Austria, Belgium, Croatia, Cyprus, Estonia, Finland, France,... EuroZone equity mutual funds and ETFs own securities on the various stock exchanges of the 20 countries that use the Euro as their currency. This includes Austria, Belgium, Croatia, Cyprus, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, and Spain. Services are the most important sector by far in the EuroZone, with industrial output a distant second. Several of these funds and ETFs can be actively managed as they require special knowledge of foreign markets and active management may increase the chances of generating a higher return compared to an index fund or passive ETF. EuroZone equity mutual funds may invest in common equities, and these can vary by market capitalization (small or large), dividend income (total income or high income), and strategy (sector-based or factor-based), among others. EuroZone Equity Funds may leave their currency exposure unhedged, or choose to protect the portfolio from swings in the value of the Euro. Investors are typically attracted to EuroZone equities because the region is one of the largest economic blocs in the world, with nominal GDP in 2022 of over US$ 14 trillion. Several countries in the Euro Zone are highly developed. And since these funds can have exposure to a broad range of sectors across several developed countries, they are usually appropriate for conservative investors. Last Updated: 04/15/2024 View more View less

Overview

Returns

Income

Allocations

Fees

About

Security Type
Management Style
Share Class Type
Share Class Account
As of 4/12/24

$65.07

-1.72%

$24.66 B

2.81%

$1.83

6.72%

3.23%

6.59%

4.37%

0.09%

$15.45

-1.59%

$8.18 B

5.42%

$0.84

8.39%

2.62%

5.98%

4.13%

0.34%

$15.60

-1.58%

$8.18 B

5.90%

$0.92

8.68%

2.93%

6.31%

4.40%

0.04%

$15.40

-1.60%

$8.18 B

5.43%

$0.84

8.42%

2.62%

5.98%

-

0.34%

$15.58

-1.58%

$8.18 B

5.84%

$0.91

8.65%

2.89%

6.26%

4.35%

0.09%

$48.99

-1.96%

$7.78 B

1.43%

$0.70

8.23%

3.31%

6.84%

4.28%

0.51%

$57.40

-1.63%

$7.38 B

1.79%

$1.03

7.30%

4.09%

6.88%

-

0.09%

$55.93

-1.69%

$4.25 B

2.03%

$1.14

6.69%

3.08%

6.51%

-

0.11%

$50.26

-2.12%

$2.94 B

0.95%

$0.48

11.50%

6.05%

8.79%

4.76%

0.29%

$46.89

-0.99%

$1.69 B

1.15%

$0.54

17.35%

11.39%

10.08%

9.11%

0.58%

iShares Europe ETF

IEV | ETF |

$53.78

-1.70%

$1.64 B

1.34%

$0.72

6.54%

4.15%

6.69%

4.12%

0.67%

$21.89

-1.66%

$1.24 B

2.92%

$0.64

17.62%

8.40%

6.63%

2.58%

0.51%

$40.22

-0.74%

$606.16 M

0.00%

-

11.82%

9.55%

9.50%

8.36%

0.46%

$35.79

-1.21%

$409.94 M

1.41%

$0.50

14.50%

9.91%

10.43%

-

1.12%

$40.77

-1.71%

$277.82 M

1.45%

$0.59

6.58%

3.06%

6.97%

3.93%

0.07%

$36.71

-1.64%

$209.27 M

2.19%

$0.81

6.94%

-1.18%

3.51%

3.25%

0.80%

$58.46

-1.91%

$184.88 M

0.59%

$0.35

1.89%

-2.56%

3.55%

3.28%

0.58%

New Germany Fund Inc

XGFNX | Fund | Other

$10.29

-1.25%

$173.63 M

0.00%

-

-4.63%

-23.77%

-8.67%

-0.37%

1.11%

$11.72

-1.64%

$162.03 M

5.91%

$0.69

3.71%

-1.41%

2.97%

2.83%

0.59%

$54.94

-2.31%

$114.37 M

2.22%

$1.22

3.51%

-4.53%

3.83%

4.48%

0.42%

$20.89

-1.97%

$100.00 M

1.15%

$0.24

10.65%

3.35%

8.87%

3.83%

1.18%

$13.70

-2.00%

$100.00 M

1.30%

$0.18

9.51%

2.33%

7.81%

2.80%

2.17%

$20.84

-2.02%

$100.00 M

1.18%

$0.25

10.65%

3.42%

8.98%

-

1.04%

$15.01

-2.02%

$100.00 M

1.38%

$0.21

10.03%

2.72%

8.21%

3.15%

1.73%

$20.40

-1.97%

$100.00 M

1.07%

$0.22

10.38%

3.10%

8.65%

3.61%

1.39%

$31.09

-1.72%

$72.05 M

1.42%

$0.44

1.59%

1.43%

6.78%

-

0.58%

The European Equity Fund, Inc.

EEA | Fund | Other

$8.00

0.00%

$69.07 M

3.49%

$0.28

0.15%

0.60%

6.58%

3.75%

-

$28.74

-1.38%

$68.62 M

1.31%

$0.38

7.02%

3.97%

7.01%

-

0.09%

European Equity Fund Inc

XEEAX | Fund | Other

$10.52

-0.85%

$64.01 M

0.00%

-

4.57%

-5.79%

0.93%

1.40%

1.28%

$8.25

-1.20%

$56.83 M

4.43%

$0.37

14.49%

-24.32%

-14.51%

-6.54%

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