Investing in Greece ETFs / Greece ETF List

A list of Greece ETFs consists of the Global X FTSE Greece 20 ETF (NYSEARCA: GREK), the first ETF to directly target Greece, from Global X tracking the MSCI All Greece Select 25/50 Index. This Index only includes securities (headquartered in and who carry out the majority of their operations in Greece) with a minimum liquidity threshold of USD 25,000,000 average daily traded value (subject to 15 constituents being included in the Index).

Aside from the Greece ETF, investors interested in speculating or investing in the Greek stock market should check out our Greece ADR list page. However, keep in mind that many Greece ADRs or stocks with listings on major US stock exchanges like the NYSE or the NASDAQ are shipping stocks with their headquarters in the country and most (if not all) of their business actually coming from overseas trading.

Greece ETF List*

 ETFTickerMgr / AdvisorAsset ClassInceptionTracking Index
1Global X MSCI Greece ETFGREKGlobal XEquities - EM2011/12/08MSCI All Greece Select 25/50 Index

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Greece ETF investors should check out these useful and mostly English news resources for investing in Greek stocks or about the country in general:

For additional resources for investing in emerging market ETFs or in Greece, check out all of our ETF category or Greece category articles/links.

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