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    The Meteoric Rise of iShares Core MSCI Total International Stock ETF

When compared week-over-week among the wide array of ETFs covered at ETF Channel, the iShares Core MSCI Total International Stock ETF (Symbol: IXUS) stands out with a remarkable $189.4 million inflow, signifying a 0.6% increase in outstanding units from 524,800,000 to 527,700,000. Today’s trading session saw PDD Holdings Inc (Symbol: PDD) gaining about 0.1%, Yum China Holdings Inc (Symbol: YUMC) rising by about 0.8%, and Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd (Symbol: TEVA) experiencing a 0.5% dip. To explore the complete list of holdings, visit the IXUS Holdings page.

The chart below illustrates the one-year price performance of IXUS compared to its 200-day moving average:

iShares Core MSCI Total International Stock ETF 200 Day Moving Average Chart


As depicted in the chart, IXUS hit a low of $57.04 per share in the 52-week range, with $65.50 marking the 52-week high — contrasting with a last trade of $65.25. Analyzing the most recent share price against the 200-day moving average can be a beneficial technical analysis tool.


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Exchange-traded funds (ETFs) function akin to stocks, with investors buying and selling ”units” instead of ”shares”. These ”units” can be traded just like stocks, as well as created or destroyed to meet investor demand. Weekly monitoring of the week-over-week change in shares outstanding data enables the detection of ETFs undergoing notable inflows (creation of many new units) or outflows (destruction of many old units). Generating new units indicates the need to purchase the ETF’s underlying holdings, while destroying units involves selling the underlying holdings. As such, large flows can impact the individual components held within ETFs.

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