Asia Pacific Dividend ETF
Of course dividend is not a market sector but in my opinion this particular Asia dividend ETF which has also a quotation in Amsterdam may not be absent here.
Within this dividend ETF you will find stocks from companies in both Asia and the Pacific (Australia and New Zealand). The Aussies and the Kiwis are very depended upon Asia so it is entirely logic to add them to the party.
In this Asia Pacific ETF the common denominator is paying more than average dividends.
iShares Asia Pacific Dividend UCITS ETF
This iShares Asia Pacific Dividend ETF is tracking the Dow Jones Asia / Pacific Select Dividend 30 index which comprises about 30 different high dividend paying public companies.
The largest company in this index and subsequent dividend ETF is Monadelphous Group with a weighing of 7%. Then we will find a company in the luxury industry, Giordana International with a share of 6%. Third is industrial company Mineral Resources with a 4% weighing.
Looking at market sectors the financial industry is the biggest here with a share of 26%. Then Industry and telecommunications follows with shares of 23% and 16%.
Dividends in this Asia Pacific ETF will be paid out on a quarterly basis. It is a physical ETF so iShares is buying all underlying stocks.
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iShares Asia Pacific Dividend UCITS ETF info:
ETF provider: iShares (BlackRock)
This iShares Asia Pacific Dividend UCITS ETF has quotations on different exchanges and is known under several ticker symbols. As long as the ISIN number is identical you are dealing with the same ETF.