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CategoryUS Equities - Broad Market & Size Asset TypeEquities (Stocks) TagsU.S. Return% 1Y12.09% Shs Outstand Perf Week-4.54%
SponsorBlackrock (iShares) ETF Type Tagsequity Return% 3Y-0.78% Total Holdings504 Perf Month-4.78%
Fund Family Bond Type TagsRussell-2500 Return% 5Y7.56% AUM1.01B Perf Quarter1.89%
IndexRussell 2500 Index Average Maturity Tagssmall-mid-cap Return% 10Y NAV% Perf Half Y10.82%
Index Weighting Commodity Type Tags- Return% SI NAV/sh Perf Year10.29%
Active/Passive Quant Type Tags- Flows% 1M2.27% 52W Range50.29 - 65.80 Perf YTD-2.00%
Dividend TTM0.86 (1.43%) ESG Type Tags- Flows% 3M4.96% 52W High-8.30% Beta1.16
Dividend Ex-DateMar 21, 2024 Dividend Type Sector/Theme Flows% YTD4.32% 52W Low19.98% ATR (14)0.93
Expense0.15% Structure Type Region Flows% 1Y RSI (14)31.14 Volatility1.80% 1.28%
Option/ShortYes / Yes Growth/Value Dev/Emerg Flows% 3Y Rel Volume0.33 Prev Close60.49
Inverse/Leveraged Market Cap Currency Flows% 5Y Avg Volume147.28K Price60.34
SMA20-5.22% SMA50-4.25% SMA2003.03% Trades Volume48,639 Change-0.25%
iShares Russell 2500 ETF seeks to track the investment results of the Russell 2500TM Index. The fund generally will invest at least 80% of its assets in the component securities of its underlying index and in investments that have economic characteristics that are substantially identical to the component securities of its underlying index and may invest up to 20% of its assets in certain futures, options and swap contracts, cash and cash equivalents. The underlying index measures the performance of the small- to mid-capitalization sector of the U.S. equity market, as defined by FTSE Russell.