iShares Digitalisation UCITS ETF USD (Acc)

€8.27
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No dividends history available for iShares Digitalisation UCITS ETF USD (Acc).

iShares Digitalisation UCITS ETF USD (Acc) currently pays no dividends.

ISIN
WKN
Symbol / Exchange
/ XETR
Value
€8.27
Dividend frequency
none
Security Type
ETF
Dividend Currency
-
Countries
  • United States
    United States73.37%
  • Japan
    Japan5.60%
  • Netherlands
    Netherlands2.85%
  • Brazil
    Brazil2.46%
  • Germany
    Germany2.45%
  • Australia
    Australia2.33%
  • United Kingdom
    United Kingdom2.27%
  • South Korea
    South Korea2.14%
  • Israel
    Israel1.53%
  • South Africa
    South Africa1.50%
  • France
    France1.17%
  • Switzerland
    Switzerland0.42%
  • Canada
    Canada0.30%
  • Italy
    Italy0.29%
  • Taiwan
    Taiwan0.28%
  • Norway
    Norway0.23%
  • Sweden
    Sweden0.20%
  • Austria
    Austria0.08%
  • India
    India0.07%
  • Indonesia
    Indonesia0.03%
  • Belgium
    Belgium0.02%
  • Hong Kong SAR China
    Hong Kong SAR China0.01%
  • Thailand
    Thailand0.00%
Sectors
  • Information Technology42.79%
  • Communication Services23.30%
  • Consumer Discretionary14.20%
  • Industrials7.35%
  • Financials6.43%
  • Real Estate5.61%
  • Health Care0.33%
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Frequently Asked Questions about iShares Digitalisation UCITS ETF USD (Acc)

iShares Digitalisation UCITS ETF USD (Acc) does not currently pay dividends.
iShares Digitalisation UCITS ETF USD (Acc) does not currently pay dividends. Therefore, the dividend yield is 0%.
iShares Digitalisation UCITS ETF USD (Acc) does not currently pay dividends.
The largest sectors of iShares Digitalisation UCITS ETF USD (Acc) are Information Technology, Communication Services, Consumer Discretionary.
There are currently no known stock splits for iShares Digitalisation UCITS ETF USD (Acc).
To date, iShares Digitalisation UCITS ETF USD (Acc) has not paid any dividends.
In iShares Digitalisation UCITS ETF USD (Acc), the United States, Japan and the Netherlands are represented as the three largest countries.