EUFN - iShares MSCI Europe Financials ETF

NasdaqGM - NasdaqGM Real Time Price. Currency in USD
14.28
+0.05 (+0.35%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT
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Previous Close14.23
Open14.24
Bid14.06 x 4000
Ask15.90 x 3100
Day's Range14.21 - 14.36
52 Week Range10.59 - 19.80
Volume615,641
Avg. Volume917,200
Net Assets407.2M
NAV14.24
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
Yield6.63%
YTD Daily Total Return-25.82%
Beta (5Y Monthly)1.20
Expense Ratio (net)0.48%
Inception Date2010-01-20
  • ETF Trends

    ETFs to Track European Markets Hitting Record Highs

    Europe-related ETFs are gaining momentum, with Eurozone markets hitting new highs as the banking sector led the charge, amid a broader global rally. The iShares MSCI Europe Financials ETF (NASDAQ: EUFN), ...

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    Lagarde's Debut Policy Meeting: ETF Winners & Losers

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  • ETFs to See Short-Term Rally on Signs of New Brexit Deal
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    ETFs to See Short-Term Rally on Signs of New Brexit Deal

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  • ETF Trends

    Europe Bank ETF Finds Relief in ECB’s Tiering System

    European banks and sector-related ETFs have suffered through a negative rate environment, and the European Central Bank just cut key interest rates even further into the red. The iShares MSCI Europe Financials ETF (EUFN) , which provides a targeted play on European financial companies, increased 1.7% on Friday. The ECB cut its key deposit rates by 10 basis points to negative 0.5%, but Europe's financial sector still strengthened on the less-than-anticipated  rate cut and the introduction of an exemption for part of deposits that have been struck with negative rates, or a so-called tiering system.

  • Market Exclusive

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  • ETFs to Gain & Lose as ECB Starts QE, Cuts Rates
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    ETFs to Gain & Lose as ECB Starts QE, Cuts Rates

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  • Why European Banks Could Be About to Get Hammered Again
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    Why European Banks Could Be About to Get Hammered Again

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  • Europe ETFs Likely to Gain From Low Rates After Draghi's Tenure
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    Europe ETFs Likely to Gain From Low Rates After Draghi's Tenure

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  • ETF Trends

    Europe Bank ETF Could See Even More Downside

    While the headline does not refer to a domestic ETF holding bank stocks, the iShares MSCI Europe Financials ETF (EUFN) , which provides a targeted play on European financial companies, could see some more downside and that's on top of a month-to-date loss of more than 10%. Weighing on Europe’s financial sector, the plunging yields have dragged rates on some government bonds back into negative territory, there are rising concerns over a slowing economy and a money-laundering scandal has driven compliance costs higher, the Wall Street Journal reports. “Just continue to stay away from European banks,” said Ari Wald, head of technical analysis at Oppenheimer, in an interview with CNBC.