Behind The Losses
GREK closed today at $7.43 per share, down $0.20 (-2.62%). Putting this move in context, the S&P 500 index — largely considered the most popular and useful benchmark for equity performance — closed up $0.30 (+0.13%) on the day.
GREK’s trading volume today was a total of 773,247 shares, which was an increase of 98% versus its average daily trading volume of 390,502. Rising trading volume generally an indicator of increased demand for a particular security, and is typically associated with a specific news event or trend that draws investors into or out of specific asset classes, or sectors or subsectors within those classes.
Including any dividends as well as Wednesday’s losses, GREK has now fallen a total of -4.62% year-to-date, versus a 2.55% gain in the S&P 500 during the same timeframe.
A Look Under The Hood
Global X FTSE Greece 20 ETF is an Equity-focused product issued by Global X Management. Its expense ratio of 0.63% makes it the #78 cheapest ETF among 89 total funds in the European Equities ETFs category.
GREK currently boasts $268.81M in assets under management (AUM), placing it #23 of 89 ETFs in its category, and #587 of 1916 total ETFs in the U.S. exchange traded universe.
The investment objective of the Global X MSCI Greece is to reflect broad based equity market performance in Greece. The index is comprised of the top 20 companies listed on the Athens Exchange by market capitalization.
With Greek stocks once again slumping amid trouble coming to terms on its debt with EU regulators, GREK continues to underperform.
GREK SMART Grade
For more information about this ETF, including full ratings, news, data, and more, please visit GREK’s ticker page.
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