Banks ETF Overview

With 2 ETFs traded on the U.S. markets, Banks ETFs have total assets under management of $3.58B. The average expense ratio is 0.47%. Banks ETFs can be found in the following asset classes:

  • Equity

The largest Banks ETF is the Invesco KBW Bank ETF KBWB with $3.25B in assets. In the last trailing year, the best-performing Banks ETF was FTXO at 38.34%. The most recent ETF launched in the Banks space was the First Trust Nasdaq Bank ETF FTXO on 09/20/16.

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Bank ETFs Get A Boost

As inflation drives long-term yields higher, bank ETFs have benefited.

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Fixed Income Isn’t Itself

A paradigm shift requires new ways of looking at an entire asset class.

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Shifting Yield Curve Impacts ETFs

As longer-term Treasury yields march higher, the effects are being felt in the performance of various ETFs.

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ETF Battles: KBWB Vs. VFH

Which financial and bank ETF is the top choice?

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Comparison Tool: May 2021

A granular dive into the differences between two banking ETFs.

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JP Morgan: Not Just For Bank ETFs Anymore

As the U.S.' biggest bank reports earnings, we look at which ETFs hold its stock.

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Financial ETFs Face Earnings & The Virus

Many of the U.S.' biggest banks report earnings this week. Which financials ETFs will see the biggest impact?

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 Sectors In Review: November 2019

Sector ETFs did fairly well during the month, with a few exceptions

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Financials ETFs In Flux

Investors have largely shunned banks, but have added to mortgage and insurance-focused funds.