Breaking: iShares MSCI Germany Index Fund (ETF) Saw $-71.14M Redemptions Following -1.95% AUM Decrease

Breaking: iShares MSCI Germany Index Fund (ETF) Saw $ 71.14M Redemptions Following  1.95% AUM Decrease

Today were reported iShares MSCI Germany Index Fund (ETF) (NYSEARCA:EWG)‘s daily net flows. The ETF registered $-71.14M asset outflows for -1.95% decrease, reaching $3580.56M after yestarday’s trading session. The chart of iShares MSCI Germany Index Fund (ETF) shows negative short-term setup. In the net flows calculation is not included the performance of the etf but only share redemptions (outflows) and share purchases (inflows). Net outflows leads to less cash for managers to invest, which theoretically decreases demand for the etf’s holdings. The ETF decreased 0.72% or $0.19 on October 7, hitting $26.08. iShares MSCI Germany Index Fund (ETF) (NYSEARCA:EWG) has risen 6.49% since March 7, 2016 and is uptrending. It has underperformed by 1.10% the S&P500.

The ETF’s YTD performance is 2.74%, the 1 year is 8.76% and the 3 year is 0.14%.

The ETF’s average P/E ratio is 14.1, the price to book is 1.51, the price to sales is 0.75 and the price to cashflow is 4.28. iShares MSCI Germany Index Fund (ETF) is in the ETF category: , is part of the fund family and currently has $ net assets. It was started on 1/1/0001. The fund’s top holdings are: Siemens AG for 8.01% of assets, SAP SE for 7.99%, Bayer AG for 7.43%, Basf SE for 7.03%, Allianz SE for 6.07%, Daimler AG for 6.07%, Deutsche Telekom AG for 4.84%, Fresenius SE & Co KGaA for 2.92%, adidas AG for 2.92%, Linde AG for 2.82%. The ETF sector weights are: Basic Materials 15.73%, Consumer Cyclical 20.12%, Financial Services 11.82%, Realestate 2.74%, Consumer Defensive 4.19%, Healthcare 14.18%, Utilities 2.06%, Communication Services 5.72%, Industrials 12.95%, Technology 10.50%. The ETF currently as 0% yield.

More notable recent iShares MSCI Germany Index Fund (ETF) (NYSEARCA:EWG) news were published by: which released: “3 Rocket Arc Patterns For Overseas ETFs [iShares MSCI Germany Index Fund (ETF …” on June 30, 2015, also with their article: “3 ETFs To Profit From Europe’s Economic Recovery [iShares MSCI Germany Index …” published on March 06, 2015, published: “German Companies Aren’t Investing Because They Have Crushing Pension Obligations” on August 10, 2016. More interesting news about iShares MSCI Germany Index Fund (ETF) (NYSEARCA:EWG) were released by: and their article: “It’s Not All About Departures From Europe ETFs” published on June 29, 2016 as well as‘s news article titled: “3 Reasons Why Europe ETFs Deserve A Look [Vanguard FTSE Europe ETF, iShares …” with publication date: March 19, 2014.

EWG Company Profile

iShares MSCI Germany Index Fund (the Fund) seeks to provide investment results that correspond generally to the price and yield performance of publicly traded securities in the aggregate in the German market, as measured by the MSCI Germany Index (the Index). The Index seeks to measure the performance of the German equity market. The Index is a capitalization-weighted index that aims to capture 85% of the (publicly available) total market capitalization. Component companies are adjusted for available float and must meet objective criteria for inclusion in the Index. The Index is reviewed quarterly.

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