AEEM ETF invests in emerging markets

AMUNDI MSCI EMERGING MARKETS UCITS ETF (AEEM ETF) It seeks to replicate the development of the MSCI Emerging Markets Index as closely as possible, whether the trend is up or down. This net return, net of dividends, calculated in US dollars and converted into Euros, allows investors to benefit from exposure to leading stocks from emerging stock markets, through a single transaction. This ETF has many classes of shares in different currencies.

Description of Amundi MSCI Emerging Markets UCITS ETF EUR (C)

Amundi MSCI Emerging Markets UCITS ETF EUR (C) Invests in stocks with a focus on developing markets. Dividends are reinvested in the fund (accumulated). MSCI Emerging Markets allows for extensive investment at nearly low fees. 1,421 shares.

The total cost ratio is 0.20% per annum. The fund replicates the development of the underlying index synthetically with swaps. Amundi MSCI Emerging Markets UCITS ETF EUR (C) It is a very large ETF with assets of €2.536 million under its management. AEEM ETF is 5 years old and based in Luxembourg.

Trading AEEM ETF

Amundi MSCI Emerging Markets UCITS ETF EUR (C) (AEEM ETF) It is a European exchange-traded fund. This fund is traded on many different stock exchanges, such as Borsa Italiana, Deutsche Boerse Xetra and Euronext Paris.

This means that it is possible to trade units in this ETF through most Swedish banks and online brokers, for example DejeroAnd the nordnet And the keep it up.


exchange short name Currency
SIX Swiss Exchange AEEM euro
German Stock Exchange AEEM euro
Italian Stock Exchange AEEM euro
Nyse Euronext Paris AEEM euro

biggest possession

Guarantees Weight%
Taiwan Semiconductor Factory 6,86
Samsung Electronics 3,78
Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. 3,3
Certified Industries Limited 1,21
China Construction Bank 0,82
Housing Development Financing 0.81

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