Top 4 Water Equities ETFs
|Inception Date||ISIN Code||Exchange||Exchange Symbol||Local Time||MER||Mgt. Fee||Sym||Name||Currency||Last Trade||Change||Open||Previous Close||Volume||Avg. Vol||31.Dec.2018||Year High||USD Market Cap||Year Low|
|December 6, 2005||US46137V1420||NYSE Arca||XNYS||Trading Live||0.0062||0.005||PHO||Invesco Water Resources ETF||$ USD||36.7468||0.0468||36.88||36.7||33942||68904||28.21||36.8||-||26.4555||-|
|December 6, 2005||US46137V1420||NASDAQ Stock Exchange||XNAS||Trading Live||0.0062||0.005||PHO||Invesco Water Resources ETF||$ USD||36.7468||0.0468||36.88||36.7||33667||68904||28.21||36.8||1005024980||26.4555||1005024980|
|December 6, 2005||US46137V1420||Bolsa Mexicana de Valores||XMEX||Trading Live||0.0062||0.005||PHO*||Invesco Water Resources ETF||$ MXN||742||73||742||669||21||603.5||742||-||581.06||-|
|June 13, 2007||US46138E6510||NASDAQ Stock Exchange||XNAS||Trading Live||0.0075||0.0075||PIO||Invesco Global Water ETF||$ USD||28.09||0.07||28.06||28.02||5104||11406||23.08||28.42||192416500||22.13||192416500|
|May 14, 2007||US46138E2634||NYSE Arca||XNYS||Trading Live||0.0062||0.005||CGW||Invesco S&P Global Water Index ETF||$ USD||37.646||-0.064||37.75||37.71||15372||44602||31.14||38.08||655040400||29.76||655040400|
|February 14, 2017||US56167N7536||Cboe BZX (BATS)||XCBO||Trading Live||0.004||0.004||TBLU||Tortoise Global Water ESG Fund||$ USD||31.095||0.165||31.0888||30.93||1||1665||25.67||31.58||4664250||25.06||4664250|
|May 8, 2007||US33733B1008||NYSE Arca||XNYS||Trading Live||0.0055||0.0055||FIW||First Trust Water ETF||$ USD||55.78||0.2||55.99||55.58||10700||34852||43.91||55.8299||404405111.56||41.2051||404405111.56|
Top 10 Business Ideas in the Renewable Energy...
on July 1, 2019 at 5:13 pm
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on April 29, 2019 at 2:30 pm
We use the tiger (this is a prime Siberian example) to show up our failure to conserve wild species, but while we monopolise all the food that animals require, we could remember that it is not only their conservation we urgently need to cover. It is also our own indulgences.
Barbary macaques : threatened and unique.
on December 5, 2018 at 12:00 am
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on September 12, 2018 at 1:31 pm
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on June 1, 2018 at 12:10 pm
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on May 2, 2018 at 7:50 am
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on December 19, 2017 at 11:15 am
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Too late for the extinct or critically-endangered...
on December 8, 2017 at 12:30 pm
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