iShares MSCI Switzerland ETF company info

What does iShares MSCI Switzerland ETF do?
iShares MSCI Switzerland ETF (NYSE:EWL) is a fund that seeks to track the investment results of an index composed of Swiss equities. It offers investors exposure to large and mid-sized companies in Switzerland and aims to replicate the performance of the MSCI Switzerland 25/50 Index. The ETF’s portfolio includes a variety of sectors, aiming to reflect the broader Swiss economy. Objectives of the ETF include providing investment results that, before fees and expenses, closely correspond to the performance of its underlying index. Through this approach, iShares MSCI Switzerland ETF strives to offer a convenient way for investors to gain broad exposure to the Swiss stock market, focusing on companies that have the potential to generate robust investment returns.
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San Francisco, United States

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What does iShares MSCI Switzerland ETF specialise in?
/Equity Investment /Switzerland Exposure /Exchange Traded Fund /Market Capitalization /Financial Sector /Dividend Yielding

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Overview of iShares MSCI Switzerland ETF offerings
Tracks an Index: EWL tracks the MSCI Switzerland 25/50 Index. This index measures the performance of a broad range of large and mid-cap stocks listed on Swiss stock exchanges.
Exposure to Swiss Stock Market: By investing in EWL, you gain exposure to a basket of companies across various sectors of the Swiss economy. This provides diversification and reduces risk compared to investing in individual Swiss stocks.
Passive Management: The ETF is passively managed, meaning it replicates the holdings of the underlying index and doesn't try to outperform it through security selection. The index provider, MSCI, determines the weighting of each company in the index based on market capitalization.
Capped Weighting: EWL applies investment limits to ensure diversification. The fund won't invest more than 25% of its assets in any single company, and the weight of all companies exceeding 5% of the total assets is capped to prevent overexposure to any particular company.
Investment in Developed Market: Switzerland is generally considered a developed market, known for its stability and economic strength.
Expense Ratio: EWL has an expense ratio, which is a fee that covers the costs of operating the ETF. This fee is deducted from the ETF's returns.