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VIEQX



Vident Core International Equity Index

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The Vident Core International Equity Index™ (VIEQX) is a principles-based international equity strategy designed to emphasize countries with favorable conditions for growth and diversify risk across developed and emerging markets.


Index Stats

Dividend Yield 4.06
Price/Earnings 9.7
Est. Price/Earnings 10.14
Price/Book 1.19
Price/Sale .63
Price/Cash Flow 4.4

Index Facts

Index Ticker VIEQX
Inception Date 12/31/2014
Base Index Value 100
Number of Components 242
Current Index Value 117.55
Total Index Market Cap ($ Trillion) 4.6



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As of 9/30/2019

Country Allocations

Country Allocation Weight
1. SOUTH KOREA 7.12%
2. JAPAN 6.99%
3. SINGAPORE 6.84%
4. HONG KONG 6.55%
5. TURKEY 5.68%
6. SWITZERLAND 5.51%
7. GERMANY 5.37%
8. NORWAY 5.01%
9. CANADA 4.98%
10. UNITED KINGDOM 4.94%



As of 9/30/2019

Top Components

Top Components Weight
1. QUALICORP SA 0.65%
2. TAIYO YUDEN CO LTD ORD 0.61%
3. JBS SA 0.60%
4. FIBRA UNO ADMINISTRACION SA 0.59%
5. LITE-ON TECHNOLOGY CORP 0.59%
6. SUGI HOLDINGS (SUGI PHARM) ORD 0.58%
7. NANYA TECHNOLOGY CORP ORD 0.58%
8. YANZHOU COAL MINING CO-H 0.58%
9. CHUBB LTD 0.57%
10. GEELY AUTOMOBILE HOLDINGS LT 0.57%

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As of 9/30/2019

Industry Group Breakdown

Industry Group Breakdown Weight
1. Financials 19.06%
2. Industrials 13.08%
3. Consumer Discretionary 12.41%
4. Information Technology 9.88%
5. Communication Services 8.79%
6. Energy 8.68%
7. Consumer Staples 7.65%
8. Materials 7.48%
9. Health Care 6.90%
10. Utilities 3.46%
11. Real Estate 2.61%

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*An investor may not invest directly in an index such as VIEQX. In addition, emerging markets investments may expose investors to risks not typically associated with similar investments in more developed markets. The classification of a country as an "emerging market" is generally based on the relative economic, political and social development and is by necessity subjective.