Amundi Nasdaq-100 II UCITS ETF Acc

€65.99
Dividend Yield (FWD)
-
Annual Payout (FWD)
-
Dividend Growth Rate (CAGR)
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Ex-DatePay DateAmountChange
€0.20
33.33%
€0.20
33.33%
€0.15
-6.25%
€0.15
-6.25%
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Amundi Nasdaq-100 II UCITS ETF Acc currently pays no dividends.

ISIN
WKN
Symbol / Exchange
/ XLON
Value
€65.99
Dividend frequency
none
Security Type
ETF
Dividend Currency
Euro
Countries
  • United States
    United States97.29%
  • Netherlands
    Netherlands1.06%
  • China
    China0.56%
  • Brazil
    Brazil0.56%
  • United Kingdom
    United Kingdom0.52%
Sectors
  • Information Technology50.04%
  • Communication Services15.65%
  • Consumer Discretionary12.66%
  • Health Care6.43%
  • Consumer Staples6.27%
  • Industrials4.81%
  • Materials1.62%
  • Utilities1.23%
  • Financials0.52%
  • Energy0.49%
  • Real Estate0.28%
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Frequently Asked Questions about Amundi Nasdaq-100 II UCITS ETF Acc

Amundi Nasdaq-100 II UCITS ETF Acc does not currently pay dividends.
Amundi Nasdaq-100 II UCITS ETF Acc does not currently pay dividends. Therefore, the dividend yield is 0%.
Amundi Nasdaq-100 II UCITS ETF Acc does not currently pay dividends.
Within the last 10 years, Amundi Nasdaq-100 II UCITS ETF Acc has paid dividends in 6 of them.
The largest sectors of Amundi Nasdaq-100 II UCITS ETF Acc are Information Technology, Communication Services, Consumer Discretionary.
There are currently no known stock splits for Amundi Nasdaq-100 II UCITS ETF Acc.
To receive the last dividend of Amundi Nasdaq-100 II UCITS ETF Acc on July 12, 2019 in the amount of €0.20 you had to have the stock in your portfolio before the ex-day on July 10, 2019.
The last dividend we know of from Amundi Nasdaq-100 II UCITS ETF Acc was paid on July 12, 2019.
The last dividend was paid on July 12, 2019.
In Amundi Nasdaq-100 II UCITS ETF Acc, the United States, the Netherlands and China are represented as the three largest countries.