SPDR® S&P International Dividend ETF company info

What does SPDR® S&P International Dividend ETF do?
SPDR® S&P International Dividend ETF (NYSEARCA:DWX) is focused on providing investors with exposure to high dividend-paying companies located outside the United States. This exchange-traded fund (ETF) seeks to replicate the performance of the S&P International Dividend Opportunities® Index, investing primarily in the stocks that compose this index. Its operations involve portfolio management to ensure alignment with the index's characteristics, such as dividend yield, liquidity, and length of dividend payment history. The ETF's objective is to offer an investment option for those looking to diversify their income sources globally, tapping into the potential of international markets for higher dividend yields. By doing so, SPDR® S&P International Dividend ETF aims to balance risk and reward effectively, catering to investors seeking both income and growth potential from international equities.
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Company Snapshot

Is SPDR® S&P International Dividend ETF a public or private company?

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Ownership
Public

How many people does SPDR® S&P International Dividend ETF employ?

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Employees
2,307

What sector is SPDR® S&P International Dividend ETF in?

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Sector
ETF

Where is the head office for SPDR® S&P International Dividend ETF?

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Head Office
Boston, United States

What year was SPDR® S&P International Dividend ETF founded?

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Year Founded
2008
What does SPDR® S&P International Dividend ETF specialise in?
/International Dividends /Index Tracking /Investment Management /Equity Exposure /ETF Provider /Financial Performance

What are the products and/or services of SPDR® S&P International Dividend ETF?

Overview of SPDR® S&P International Dividend ETF offerings
Global exposure to dividend-paying companies, focusing on high dividend yields.
Investment in developed and emerging markets excluding the United States.
Diversification across multiple sectors to reduce risk.
Automatic reinvestment of dividends to compound returns.
Potential for income generation and long-term capital appreciation.
Liquidity through its listing on major stock exchanges for easy buying and selling.