VanEck FTSE China A50 ETF
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VanEck FTSE China A50 ETF (CETF, formerly VanEck Vectors FTSE China A50 ETF) is an exchange traded fund managed by VanEck Investments Limited. CETF is designed to represent the performance of the 50 largest companies by full market capitalisation in the mainland Chinese market.
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What is the VanEck FTSE China A50 ETF (CETF)?
Gain access to the 50 largest companies in mainland China that are listed on the local exchanges with CETF - Australia’s only dedicated China A-shares market benchmark ETF.
CETF focuses on the largest and the most liquid mainland China companies considered to be the pillars of the Chinese economy and leaders in their sectors.
What are the benefits of the CETF ETF?
Find the main benefits of the CETF ETF here:
China A-share growth is expected to be driven by growth in domestic consumption as China transitions from manufacturing to a consumption-based economy, and from China’s rising middle and upper class urbanising and living longer with greater discretionary spending.
The fundamentals of Chinese equities look compelling with lower debt leverage, and higher earnings and sales growth compared to developed markets.
Does CETF pay dividends?
Yes, the CETF ETF pays dividends once a year.
What are the risks of the VanEck FTSE China A50 ETF?
An investment in the CETF ETF carries risks associated with: ASX trading time differences, China, financial markets generally, individual company management, industry sectors, foreign currency, sector concentration, political, regulatory and tax risks, fund operations, liquidity and tracking an index.
Find out more about the VanEck FTSE China A50 ETF.
To do so follow these steps:
- Sign up in minutes, all you need is some I.D.
- Choose Stake AUS
- Deposit directly into your Stake wallet and you're ready to invest in CETF
This does not constitute financial advice. You should do your own research before making an investment decision. Past performance is not a reliable indication of future performance. No representation is made as to the timeliness, reliability, accuracy or completeness of the market data provided.