KBE - SPDR S&P Bank ETF
KBE - Profile
KBE - Holdings
Top Ten Holdings
- Northern Trust Corp NTRS: 1.98%
- Bank of New York Mellon Corp BK: 1.97%
- Citigroup Inc C: 1.93%
- Voya Financial Inc VOYA: 1.92%
- CIT Group Inc CIT: 1.91%
- Huntington Bancshares Inc HBAN: 1.85%
- JPMorgan Chase & Co JPM: 1.85%
- Bank of America Corporation BAC: 1.85%
- Wintrust Financial Corp WTFC: 1.83%
- Associated Banc-Corp ASBC: 1.81%
KBE Asset Allocation
KBE Sector Breakdown
KBE Market Cap Breakdown
KBE Region Breakdown
KBE Country Breakdown
KBE - Fact Sheet
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KBE - Charts
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KBE - Fundamentals
KBE Expenses & Fees
KBE - Technicals
KBE Bollinger Bands
KBE Support & Resistance
KBE - ETFdb Realtime Rating & Analyst Report
KBE is a passive ETF that seeks to replicate S&P Banks Select Industry Index. The index consists of bank stocks.
|ETFdb Category||Expense Ratio||Inception Date||Issuer||Structure||YTD Return *|
|Financials Equities||0.35||2005-11-08||State Street SPDR||ETF||-2.75%|
KBE Realtime Rating: By Metric
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KBE Realtime Rating: Overall
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ETFdb Analyst Report for KBE
This ETF offers exposure to U.S. banking institutions, delivering access to a narrow slice of the financial sector that has historically exhibited significant volatility but is capable of turning in big performances over a short period of time. Since KBE focuses on a narrow sub-sector of the fina...
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