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Philippines equity mutual funds and ETFs own securities listed on the Philippines... Philippines equity mutual funds and ETFs own securities listed on the Philippines Stock Exchange. There are more than 250 companies listed on the exchange, with the PSE Composite Index comprising the largest 30. As of 2022, the Philippines Stock Exchange had a combined market capitalization of US$297 billion. The exchange is dominated by real estate, financials, industrials, and consumer discretionary businesses. Some of the largest companies on the exchange include BDO Unibank Inc, SM Prime Holdings Inc, Bank of the Philippine Islands, and Jollibee Foods Corp. Philippines equity mutual funds and ETFs may be passively or actively managed. They may also leave currency exposure unhedged, or choose to protect the portfolio from swings in the value of the Peso. The Philippines is the world’s 36th largest economy, with nominal GDP of US$436 billion as of 2023. Investors are attracted to Philippines equities because of the southeast nation’s potential for growth: it’s considered a newly industrialized, emerging/developing economy. As a result, it has the scope to grow much faster than developed market economies. Accordingly, these funds may be appropriate for aggressive investors willing to take on more risk in search of higher returns. Last Updated: 04/15/2024 View more View less

Philippines equity mutual funds and ETFs own securities listed on the Philippines Stock Exchange. There are more than 250 companies listed on the exchange, with the PSE Composite Index comprising the largest 30.... Philippines equity mutual funds and ETFs own securities listed on the Philippines Stock Exchange. There are more than 250 companies listed on the exchange, with the PSE Composite Index comprising the largest 30. As of 2022, the Philippines Stock Exchange had a combined market capitalization of US$297 billion. The exchange is dominated by real estate, financials, industrials, and consumer discretionary businesses. Some of the largest companies on the exchange include BDO Unibank Inc, SM Prime Holdings Inc, Bank of the Philippine Islands, and Jollibee Foods Corp. Philippines equity mutual funds and ETFs may be passively or actively managed. They may also leave currency exposure unhedged, or choose to protect the portfolio from swings in the value of the Peso. The Philippines is the world’s 36th largest economy, with nominal GDP of US$436 billion as of 2023. Investors are attracted to Philippines equities because of the southeast nation’s potential for growth: it’s considered a newly industrialized, emerging/developing economy. As a result, it has the scope to grow much faster than developed market economies. Accordingly, these funds may be appropriate for aggressive investors willing to take on more risk in search of higher returns. Last Updated: 04/15/2024 View more View less

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

$26.01

-1.48%

$123.42 M

1.63%

$0.42

0.51%

-2.26%

-4.43%

-2.00%

0.59%

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