Investing in Singapore ETFs / Singapore ETF List
A list of Singapore ETFs consists of the iShares MSCI Singapore Index Fund (NYSEARCA: EWS) from iShares tracking the MSCI Singapore 25/50 Index (M1CXBISC). The MSCI Singapore 25/50 Index is designed to measure the performance of the large and mid cap segments of the Singapore market.
In addition, the iShares MSCI Singapore Small Cap Index (NYSEARCA: EWS) from iShares had tracked the MSCI Singapore Small Cap Index before liquidating in 2015 while the CurrencyShares Singapore Dollar Trust (NYSEARCA: FXSG) from Guggenheim tracked the Singapore Dollar via currency baskets before liquidating in 2020.
For a better understanding of the risks associated with investing in Singapore ADRs or stocks, check out our following article posted on Seeking Alpha: The Singapore Story: No Longer A Sure Thing For Investors?
Investors interested in investing in Singapore ETFs should also check out our Southeast Asia ETF list (region wide), Asia Pacific ETF list, Singapore closed-end fund list and Singapore ADR list pages.
Singapore ETF List*
|ETF||Ticker||Mgr / Advisor||Asset Class||Inception||Tracking Index|
|1||Invesco CurrencyShares Singapore Dollar Trust||FXSG||Invesco||Currency||2013/02/13 - 2020/02/14 Liquidated||Singapore Dollar|
|2||iShares MSCI Singapore Index Fund||EWS||iShares||Equities - EM||1996/03/12||MSCI Singapore 25/50 Index (M1CXBISC)|
|3||iShares MSCI Singapore Small Cap Index||EWSS||iShares||Equities - Small Cap||2012/01/12 - 2015 Liquidated||MSCI Singapore Small Cap Index|
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