|Bid||69.50 x 1300|
|Ask||71.00 x 3200|
|Day's Range||69.88 - 70.12|
|52 Week Range||54.49 - 70.43|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|YTD Daily Total Return||26.02%|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.83|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.58%|
The WisdomTree Europe Hedged Equity Fund (HEDJ) is an ETF that provides investors with exposure to the European equity market while also hedging against possible fluctuations between the dollar and the euro, notes Jim Woods, fund expert and editor of The Deep Woods.
With the European Central Bank President Mario Draghi assuring that the revived quantitative easing program will continue to run smoothly, investors who are interested in European markets should stick to currency-hedged exchange traded funds to mitigate any further foreign exchange risks. Draghi recently assuaged market fears, stating that the ECB's easing program has plenty of room to work around legal constraints, Bloomberg reports. It’s going to “take quite a bit of time” before the problem of the so-called issue limit “will realistically present itself,” Draghi said Thursday after his final policy decision before his term ends.
The ECB turned dovish as expected in its September meeting by re-launching QE measures and cutting rates. These ETFs could gain/lose on the latest ECB move.
Europe-related ETF gathered momentum Thursday after the European Central Bank cut key deposit rates and hinted at further supporting the Eurozone economy through accommodative measures. On Thursday, the ...
As the markets wait in anticipation for the European Central Bank to make its monetary policy decision on Thursday, Europe ETF investors should keep hopes of a quick turnaround in check. Investors who ...
With the European Central Bank hinting at an intervention if the growth outlook further deteriorates, investors who are looking into the Eurozone may want to consider a currency-hedged Europe exchange traded fund to limit foreign exchange risks. European Central Bank President Mario Draghi said the central bank was looking into interest rate cuts, fresh bond purchases and new policy guidance to counteract the region's persistently low inflation, which has kept falling short of its target for the past six years or most of his eight-year term as president, Reuters reports. With a prolonged global trade war weighing on confidence, Europe’s export-oriented manufacturing sector has taken a heavy blow.
European ETFs rallied Tuesday after Britain's Conservative party instilled Boris Johnson as its leader. Trade these ETFs ahead of the Brexit deadline.
As the European Central Bank President Mari Draghi suggests a new round of stimulus, exchange traded fund investors may consider Europe region-specific strategies that hedge currency risks. Investors who ...
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