Funds & Stocks that have Russian Exposure

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In general, most US Funds have minimal exposure to Russian stocks. Here is a look at funds that have the greatest exposure to Russian Stocks.
ERUS – iShares MSCI Russia ETF 95% (Not Currently Trading)
RSX – VanEck Russia ETF 93.9% (Not Currently Trading)
GQGRX – GQG Partners Emerging Markets Equity R6 16.6%
DVYE – iShares Emerging Markets Dividend ETF 16.5%

ETF Newz Says:

An exposure that is probably a larger concern is the percentage of some of our US Stocks that short term will be affected because of revenue that is generated from Russia. A few of the larger ones are Coca Cola that derives about 13% of its revenue from Russia. Citigroup (C) also does nearly 10 Billion, in Revenue from Russia.


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