Mining ETF

ISIN: IE00BDFBTQ78

  • First European ETF to give broader access to global mining stocks
  • Potential hedge against inflation
  • Exposure to miners accessing global metals
  • Metals potentially supporting transition zero-carbon economy
  • Rising demand

Risk: Investing is subject to risk, including the possible loss of principal. Investors should be aware of the Main Risk Factors such as risk of investing in natural resources companies, emerging markets risk and risk of investing in smaller companies which are described below and in the sales prospectus.

Global Mining ETF: A Simple Way to Profit from Rising Metal Prices

How to invest in rising metals prices with demand rising and supply squeezed? Mining company shares track metals prices higher. The VanEck Global Mining UCITS ETF offers a simple yet effective way to invest in this powerful theme.

Our Global Mining ETF backs the metals essential for zero carbon economy

Metals are needed for everything from wind turbines, to solar, to electric vehicles (see below).

Our Global Mining ETF backs the metals essential for zero carbon economy

Source: BofA Merrill Lynch. Data as of December 2020.
*Proxy for rare earth metals.

Guard Against Inflation Through a Mining ETF

Rising demand and tight supply at a time of geopolitical instability is propelling metals prices higher, offering a hedge against inflation. While demand is growing from green technologies and developing economies, mining companies have been discouraged from developing new resources, resulting in short supply.

Following a Well-Diversified IHS Markit Global Mining Index

The VanEck Global Mining UCITS ETF tracks the EMIX Global Mining Index. The index has the following parameters:

Diversified across more than 150 holdings

Broadly diversified across more than 150 mainly large capitalisation stocks.

VanEck Global Mining UCITS ETF

ISIN: IE00BDFBTQ78


  • First European ETF to give broader access to global mining stocks
  • Potential hedge against inflation
  • Exposure to miners accessing global metals
  • Metals potentially supporting transition zero-carbon economy
  • Rising demand

Risk indication: 7 out of 7

Lower risk: Typically lower reward

Higher risk: Typically higher reward

Main Risk Factors of Mining ETF

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Investments in natural resources and natural resources companies, which include companies engaged in agriculture, alternatives (e.g., water and alternative energy), base and industrial metals, energy, forest products and precious metals, are very dependent on the demand for, and supply and price of, natural resources and can be significantly affected by events relating to these industries, including international political and economic developments, embargoes, tariffs, inflation, weather and natural disasters, livestock diseases, limits on exploration, often changes in the supply and demand for natural resources and other factors.

For more information on risks, please see the “Risk Factors” section of the relevant Fund’s prospectus, available on www.vaneck.com.

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