ETF Components for JIG - JPMorgan International Growth ETF


Below is a list of stocks held by this ETF. We only list holdings in the same market. If this is a global ETF, there may be additional components other than those listed here.

Holdings

Symbol Grade Price % Change Allocation
BABA D -1.10 4.54
CNI B -0.09 1.74
IHG B 2.37 1.38
GMAB D 0.06 1.04

Recent News for JPMorgan International Growth ETF & its Holdings

Date Stock Title
Apr 15 BABA Tencent Joins China Tech Firms in Pledging Antitrust Compliance
Apr 15 BABA SoftBank Vision Fund Profit Nears $30 Billion on Coupang
Apr 15 BABA The vanishing billionaire: how Jack Ma fell foul of Xi Jinping
Apr 14 BABA Is Alibaba's fate a warning to China’s tech giants?
Apr 14 BABA Harvard Pedigrees Opened the Door to World’s Biggest SPAC Deal
Apr 14 CNI Justice Department, CP And KCS Spar Over Rail Merger Process
Apr 14 BABA New Strong Sell Stocks for April 14th
Apr 14 BABA 5 Best Stories on Real Money: Cramer's $100K Withdrawal, Pillars of Great Trading
Apr 14 BABA Meituan, ByteDance Pledge to Comply With China’s Antitrust Laws
Apr 14 BABA TikTok Founder's $60 Billion Fortune Places Him Among The World's Richest People
Apr 14 BABA Beijing hints at truce in war on Jack Ma’s business empire
Apr 13 GMAB Constitution of the Board of Directors in Genmab A/S and Grant of Restricted Stock Units and Warrants to Employees and a New Member of Management in Genmab
Apr 13 BABA Jack Ma’s Double-Whammy Marks the End of China Tech’s Golden Age
Apr 13 BABA Alibaba’s Core Commerce Business Is Back In Focus
Apr 13 BABA Alibaba: Is the Worst Over Now?
Apr 13 GMAB Passing of Genmab A/S’ Annual General Meeting
Apr 13 BABA Ant IPO, Alibaba stock still feel Chinese regulator pressure after agreements
Apr 13 BABA Why Cramer Is Advising You To Buy The Dip In Boeing
Apr 13 BABA China Warns 34 Tech Firms to Curb Excess in Antitrust Review
Apr 13 BABA UPDATE 1-China's revamp of Ant dents investor appetite for IPO revival
The investment seeks long-term capital appreciation. The fund primarily invests in equity securities of foreign companies. It will generally invest in companies located in at least three foreign countries, although it may invest a substantial portion of its assets in just one foreign country. The fund may invest in issuers located in both developed foreign and emerging market countries. The equity securities in which it may invest include, but are not limited to, common stock, preferred stock, trust or partnership interests, depositary receipts and warrants and rights.
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