Investing in Philippines ETFs / Philippines ETF List
A list of Philippines ETFs consists of the iShares MSCI Philippines Investable Market Index Fund (NYSEARCA: EPHE) from iShares which tracks the MSCI Philippines IMI 25/50 Index (NU710465). This index is designed to measure the performance of large cap, mid cap and small cap stocks listed on the Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE).
For a better understanding about investing in the Philippines along with any risks involved, check out our following articles posted on Seeking Alpha: A ‘Damaged Culture’ No More? An Investing-In-The-Philippines Reality Check and The Philippines: More 2 Steps Forward And 1 Step Back? In addition, we have an updated article on our Substack concerning the return of the Marcos: Thoughts for Investors: Bongbong Marcos Wins the 2022 Philippines Elections in a Landslide.
Finally, investors interested in investing in Philippines ETFs should check out our Southeast Asia ETF list (region wide), Asia Pacific ETF list, Southeast Asia closed-end fund lists and Philippines ADR list pages.
Philippines ETF List*
|ETF||Ticker||Mgr / Advisor||Asset Class||Inception||Tracking Index|
|1||iShares MSCI Philippines Investable Market Index Fund||EPHE||iShares||Equities - EM||2010/09/28||MSCI Philippines IMI 25/50 Index (NU710465)|
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Philippines ETF investors will want to check out these useful English news resources for investing in Philippine stocks or about the country in general:
- Business Mirror
- Malaya Business Insight
- Manila Bulletin
- Manila Standard
- Philippine Daily Inquirer
- Philippines News Agency
- The Philippine Star