Construction & Engineering ETF Overview

With 2 ETFs traded on the U.S. markets, Construction & Engineering ETFs have total assets under management of $151.33M. The average expense ratio is 0.65%. Construction & Engineering ETFs can be found in the following asset classes:

  • Equity

The largest Construction & Engineering ETF is the Invesco Dynamic Building & Construction ETF PKB with $141.56M in assets. In the last trailing year, the best-performing Construction & Engineering ETF was FLM at --. The most recent ETF launched in the Construction & Engineering space was the First Trust Global Engineering and Construction ETF FLM on 10/13/08.

Daily ETF Watch

Global X Debuts Green Building ETF

The thematic fund is the second to target sustainable building materials.

ETF Report

 Sectors In Review: February 2020

Industrials was the only rough spot for sector ETFs during the month

Features and News

Best Performing ETFs 3Q 2019

The best-performing exchange-traded products of 2019 have gains from 34% up to 115.3%.

ETF Report

 Sectors In Review

February was pretty dismal for sector ETFs, with all but two technology funds in negative territory.

ETF Report

 Sectors in Review

Technology outperformed the other sectors in February, while utilities brought up the rear.

Features and News

Fed Policy Keeps Housing ETFs Rising

But data sets are pointing south for the sector. Analysis

‘Taper’ Time’s ETF Winners And Losers

Where should investors be when QE really starts to wind down? Analysis

ETFs For The Obama Job Plan

Today’s much-anticipated speech by President Obama unveiling his latest jobs plan is not just an opportunity to jockey for political position, it’s an opportunity for investors.

Features and News

McCall’s Call: Is The Time Ripe For Homebuilder ETFs?

Data on housing may not look encouraging lately, but contrarians and those looking to buy and hold before a full rebound is upon us ought to take stock of the choices of homebuilder ETFs now available.