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ISHARES CURRENCY HEDGED MSCI EMU ETF: (HEZU)

(NA) As of Dec 19, 2014 03:59 PM ET

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$25.13 USD

25.13
215,469

+0.01 (0.04%)

Volume: 215,469

Zacks ETF Rank: 0 - Not Rated [?]          

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Zacks Rank Definition
1 Strong Buy
2 Buy
3 Hold
4 Sell
5 Strong Sell

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ETF Quote Details

Previous Close 25.12
Open 25.99
Bid 24.96
Ask 25.03
Day Low-High 24.76-25.99
52wk Low-High 22.45-25.99
Volume 215,469
NAV (month end) 25.58
Premium (+)/Discount (-) (month end)-0.46

Zacks Premium Research for HEZU

Zacks ETF Rank [?] Not rated 0
ETF Risk [?] NA

Zacks proprietary quantitative models divide each set of ETFs following a similar investment strategy (style box/industry/asset class) into three risk categories- High, Medium, and Low. The aim of our models is to select the best ETFs within each risk category, so that investors can pick an ETF that matches their particular risk preference in order to better achieve their investment goals.

This is our ETF rating system that serves as a timeliness indicator for ETFs over the next 6 months:

Zacks Rank Definition
1 Strong Buy
2 Buy
3 Hold
4 Sell
5 Strong Sell

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ETF Expense Ratio

Expense Ratio 0.51%
Dividend (Yield) $0.00 (0.00%)
Issuer BLACKROCK

Benchmark for HEZU

MSCI EMU 100% USD HEDGED INDEX

The MSCI EMU 100% Hedged to USD Index is an equity benchmark for the European Monetary Union countries with the currency risk of the securities included in the Underlying index hedged against the U.S. dollar on a monthly basis.

Fund Summary for HEZU

ISHARES CURRENCY HEDGED MSCI EMU ETF

The iShares Currency Hedged MSCI EMU ETF seeks to track the investment results of an index composed of large- and mid-capitalization equities from developed market countries within the European Monetary Union while mitigating exposure to fluctuations between the value of the Euro and the U.S. dollar.