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iShares Russell 1000 Pure U.S. Revenue ETF (AMCA) Quote & Summary Data

AMCA 
$27.48
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0.20
0.72%
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Exchange:NASDAQ

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Key Stock Data

Best Bid / Ask
N/A / N/A
Today's High / Low
$ 27.5696 / $ 27.479
Share Volume
1,773
50 Day Avg. Daily Volume
N/A
Previous Close
$ 27.68
52 Week High / Low
$ 29.02 / $ 25.28
Market Cap
10,992,000
Annualized Dividend
$ 0.7476
Ex Dividend Date
Sep. 26, 2018
Dividend Payment Date
Oct. 2, 2018
Current Yield
2.7 %

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News for AMCA

Shares Traded

Share Volume:
1,773
50 Day Avg. Daily Volume:
N/A

Trading Range

The current last sale of $27.48 is 8.70% Higher than the 52 week low.

Intraday Last 52 Weeks
High: $ 27.5696 $ 29.02
 Low: $ 27.479 $ 25.28

Nasdaq Official Price

Open Price:
$ 27.56
Open Date:
Nov. 13, 2018
Close Price:
$ 27.56
Close Date:
Nov. 13, 2018

Description

The iShares Russell 1000 Pure U.S. Revenue ETF seeks to track the investment results of an index composed of U.S. companies exhibiting higher domestic sales as a proportion of the company's total sales relative to other large- and mid-capitalization U.S. equities.


Underlying Index Russell 1000 Pure Domestic Exposure Index
Management Fee 0.15
Asset Class equity
Leverage 1
Top Holdings
UNH UNITEDHEALTH GROUP INC 3.71%
BRKB BERKSHIRE HATHAWAY INC CLASS B 3.63%
VZ VERIZON COMMUNICATIONS INC 3.4%
BAC BANK OF AMERICA CORP 3.37%
T AT&T INC 3.14%
HD HOME DEPOT INC 3.01%
WFC WELLS FARGO 2.92%
CMCSA COMCAST CORP CLASS A 2.46%
MO ALTRIA GROUP INC 1.69%
UNP UNION PACIFIC CORP 1.56%

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