Articles by David Jennett
This hardware company topped analysts’ EPS estimates by ten cents in its latest quarter, and seven analysts have raised their earnings forecasts for the company in the past 30 days.
The top five holdings of this ETF are Itau Unibanco Holding SA ADR (ITUB.SA, 9.00% of assets); Vale SA ADR (VALE.SA, 7.56%); Bank Bradesco SA ADR (BBD.SA, 7.09%); Ambev SA ADR (ABEV.SA, 6.00%) and America Movil SAB de CV Class L (AMXVF.MX, 4.89%).
The top five holdings in this international real estate ETF are: Mitsubishi Estate Co Ltd (MITEF, 3.16% of assets); Unibail-Rodamco SE (UNBLF.PA, 3.04%); Mitsui Fudosan Co Ltd (MTSFF, 2.87%); Sun Hung Kai Properties Ltd (SUHJF.HK, 2.84%) and Daiwa House Industry Co Ltd (DWAHF; 2.76%).
The top five sectors in this New Zealand fund are: Utilities (18% of assets), Communications (16%), Healthcare (15%), Industrials (13%) and Real Estate (9%). The shares have a dividend yield of 4.74%, paid twice yearly.
iShares MSCI New Zealand Capped ETF (ENZL)
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