iShares

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iShares

A family of exchange-traded funds that tracks various stock or bond markets. iShares can be traded like stocks or other securities and operate much like mutual funds but without any net asset value. The largest issuer of exchange-traded funds, iShare funds are traded on several stock exchanges globally.

iShares

Exchange-traded funds with portfolios based on a series of stock indexes including the S&P indexes, the Dow Jones indexes, and the Russell indexes. iShares are also available for MSCI foreign indexes. Shares of each fund represent proportional ownership of individual stocks that make up the index on which the fund is based. iShares were developed by Barclays Global Investors and are mostly traded on the American Stock Exchange.
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10 years of ETFs in Europe: A statistical update*The first European ETFs were the iShares DJ STOXX 50 (EUN1 GY) and iShares DJ Euro STOXX 50 (EUN2 GY) listed on April 11th 2000 on Deutsche BE[micro]rse, followed by the iShares FTSE100 (ISF LN) on the London Stock Exchange extraMARK segment on April 28th 2000.