Today Feb 10 VanEck Vectors Green Bond ETF (GRNB) Decreases 0.29%

Today, on Feb 10, VanEck Vectors Green Bond ETF (GRNB) looks negative with 0.29% gain so far, reaching $25.59 per share. With net assets of 25.84M and 0.29% volatility for this month.

Till now 10,241 shares traded hands. The avg volume is 2,910 over the last month for VanEck Vectors Green Bond ETF (GRNB).

The ATR of ETF is 0.09, that’s -8.01% of its 52-Week High and 2.58% of its 52-Week Low. The current year and quarter performance are: -6.27% and -2.78%.

The ETF have 0.94% YTD perf, -4.2% for 1 year and 0% for 3 years.

The main holdings of the fund are: France (Republic Of) 1.75% for 7.07% of assets, European Investment Bank 1.25% for 2.17%, Belgium (Kingdom Of) 1.25% for 1.84%, Kreditanstalt Fur Wiederaufbau 0.25% for 1.58%, Ireland (Republic Of) 1.35% for 1.50%, European Investment Bank 2.25% for 1.38%, Iberdrola Finanzas S.A.U. 1% for 1.35%, Nederlandse Waterschapsbank N.V. 1% for 1.17%, Kommuninvest I Sverige AB 1.88% for 1.15%, European Investment Bank 1.38% for 1.13%. The current VanEck Vectors Green Bond ETF’s yield is 1.46%. With Basic Materials 0.00%, CONSUMER_CYCLICAL 0.00%, Financial Services 0.00%, Realestate 0.00%, Consumer Defensive 0.00%, Healthcare 0.00%, Utilities 0.00%, Communication Services 0.00%, Energy 0.00%, Industrials 0.00%, Technology 0.00% sector weights.

For more VanEck Vectors Green Bond ETF (NYSEARCA:GRNB) news published briefly go to: Etftrends.com, Etftrends.com, Seekingalpha.com, Etftrends.com or Etftrends.com. The titles are as follows: “A Bond With Sustainability Virtues – ETF Trends” published on February 08, 2019, “Good Vibes For a Green Bond ETF – ETF Trends” on February 01, 2019, “VanEck Vectors declare monthly distribution – Seeking Alpha” with a publish date: February 01, 2019, “Green Bond ETF is Getting Cheaper – ETF Trends” and the last “Meeting Sustainable Investing Goals With Green Bonds – ETF Trends” with publication date: September 26, 2018.

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