Invesco FTSE Emerging Markets High Div Low Vol UCITS ETF (HDEM)
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|Index:||The FTSE Emerging High Dividend Low Volatility Index measures the performance of the 100 least-volatile high dividend-yielding stocks in the FTSE Emerging Index while meeting diversification, volatility and tradability requirements (achieve a balance between dividend yield and volatility). All FTSE Emerging Index constituents are ranked in descending order of trailing 12 months dividend yields. The top 150 stocks are selected. Of these the 100 companies with the lowest volatility are selected to form the benchmark. The weight of each constituent is capped, such that the maximum individual company weight does not exceed 3% and the maximum ICB industry* weight does not exceed 25%.|
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|Ongoing Charge (OCF/TER):||0.49%|
In certain cases, where no TER or OCF is shown, additional costs may apply. Please ensure you have read the Key Investor Information Document, Factsheet, Prospectus and any other relevant documentation prior to investing.
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