EWW iShares MSCI Mexico ETF
What is EWW?
EWW tracks a market-cap-weighted index of Mexican firms.
EWW Factset Analytics Insight
EWW is passively-managed to provides vanilla exposure to the Mexican stock market. The fund holds a concentrated portfolio of all-market-capitalization Mexican companies. The index is weighted by market cap, and aims to meet the Regulated Investment Company (RIC) requirements by employing a capping methodology so that no individual constituent exceeds 25% of index weight and the aggregate weight of constituents with over 5% weight in the index are capped at 50% weight of the portfolio. While the fund retains concentrated exposure, this capping process tilts the fund slightly smaller and leads to minor sector tilts. The index rebalancing occurs on a quarterly basis.
EWW Portfolio Data
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EWW Portfolio Management
EWW Tax Exposures
EWW Fund Structure
Factset Analytics Block Liquidity
This measurement shows how easy it is to trade a $1 million USD block of EWW. EWW is rated a 5 out of 5.
EWW Sector/Industry Breakdown
EWW Top 10 Holdings
EWW Performance Statistics
EWW Economic Development
EWW Benchmark Comparison Summary
EWW Benchmark Comparison Market Cap Size
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