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2000
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Dear
Shareholder,
The
12-month
reporting
period
as
of September
30,
2022
saw
the
emergence
of
significant
challenges
that
disrupted
the
economic
recovery
and
strong
financial
markets
of
2021.
The
U.S.
economy
shrank
in
the
first
half
of
2022,
ending
the
run
of
robust
growth
that
followed
the
reopening
of
global
economies
and
the
development
of
COVID-19
vaccines.
Changes
in
consumer
spending
patterns
and
a
tight
labor
market
led
to
elevated
inflation,
which
reached
a
40-year
high.
Moreover,
while
the
foremost
effect
of
Russia’s
invasion
of
Ukraine
has
been
a
severe
humanitarian
crisis,
the
ongoing
war
continued
to
present
challenges
for
both
investors
and
policymakers.
Equity
prices
fell
as
interest
rates
rose,
particularly
weighing
on
relatively
high-valuation
growth
stocks
and
economically
sensitive
small-capitalization
stocks.
While
both
large-
and
small-capitalization
U.S.
stocks
fell,
declines
for
small-capitalization
U.S.
stocks
were
steeper.
Both
emerging
market
stocks
and
international
equities
from
developed
markets
fell
significantly,
pressured
by
rising
interest
rates
and
a
strengthening
U.S.
dollar.
The
10-year
U.S.
Treasury
yield
(which
is
inversely
related
to
bond
prices)
rose
notably
during
the
reporting
period
as
investors
reacted
to
higher
inflation
and
attempted
to
anticipate
its
impact
on
future
interest
rate
changes.
The
corporate
bond
market
also
faced
inflationary
headwinds,
and
increasing
uncertainty
led
to
higher
corporate
bond
spreads
(the
difference
in
yield
between
U.S.
Treasuries
and
similarly-dated
corporate
bonds).
The
U.S.
Federal
Reserve
(the
“Fed”),
acknowledging
that
inflation
is
proving
more
persistent
than
expected,
raised
interest
rates
five
times
while
indicating
that
additional
rate
hikes
were
likely.
Furthermore,
the
Fed
wound
down
its
bond-buying
programs
and
is
accelerating
the
reduction
of
its
balance
sheet.
As
investors
attempted
to
assess
the
Fed’s
future
trajectory,
the
Fed’s
statements
late
in
the
reporting
period
led
markets
to
believe
that
additional
tightening
is
likely
in
the
near
term.
The
pandemic’s
restructuring
of
the
economy
brought
an
ongoing
mismatch
between
supply
and
demand,
contributing
to
the
current
inflationary
regime.
While
growth
has
slowed
in
2022,
we
believe
that
taming
inflation
requires
a
more
dramatic
economic
decline
to
bring
demand
back
to
a
lower
level
that
is
more
in
line
with
the
economy’s
capacity.
The
Fed
has
been
raising
interest
rates
at
the
fastest
pace
in
decades,
and
seems
set
to
overtighten
in
its
effort
to
get
inflation
back
to
target.
With
this
in
mind,
we
believe
the
possibility
of
a
U.S.
recession
in
the
near-term
is
high,
and
the
outlook
for
Europe
and
the
U.K.
is
also
troubling.
Investors
should
expect
a
period
of
higher
volatility
as
markets
adjust
to
the
new
economic
reality
and
policymakers
attempt
to
adapt
to
rapidly
changing
conditions.
In
this
environment,
while
we
favor
an
overweight
to
equities
in
the
long-term,
the
market’s
concerns
over
excessive
rate
hikes
from
central
banks
moderate
our
outlook.
Rising
input
costs
and
a
deteriorating
economic
backdrop
in
China
and
Europe
are
likely
to
challenge
corporate
earnings,
so
we
are
underweight
equities
overall
in
the
near
term.
However,
we
see
better
opportunities
in
credit,
where
higher
spreads
provide
income
opportunities
and
partially
compensate
for
inflation
risk.
We
believe
that
investment-grade
corporates,
local-
currency
emerging
market
debt,
and
inflation-protected
bonds
(particularly
in
Europe)
offer
strong
opportunities
for
a
six-
to
twelve-month
horizon.
Overall,
our
view
is
that
investors
need
to
think
globally,
position
themselves
to
be
prepared
for
a
decarbonizing
economy,
and
be
nimble
as
market
conditions
change.
We
encourage
you
to
talk
with
your
financial
advisor
and
visit
iShares.com
for
further
insight
about
investing
in
today’s
markets.
Sincerely,
Rob
Kapito
President,
BlackRock,
Inc.
The
Markets
in
Review
Rob
Kapito
President,
BlackRock,
Inc.
Past
performance
is
not
an
indication
of
future
results.
Index
performance
is
shown
for
illustrative
purposes
only.
You
cannot
invest
directly
in
an
index.
Total
Returns
as
of
September
30,
2022
6-Month
12-Month
U.S.
large
cap
equities
(S&P
500
®
Index)
(20.20
)%
(15.47
)%
U.S.
small
cap
equities
(Russell
2000
®
Index)
(19.01
)
(23.50
)
International
equities
(MSCI
Europe,
Australasia,
Far
East
Index)
(22.51
)
(25.13
)
Emerging
market
equities
(MSCI
Emerging
Markets
Index)
(21.70
)
(28.11
)
3-month
Treasury
bills
(ICE
BofA
3-Month
U.S.
Treasury
Bill
Index)
0.58
0.63
U.S.
Treasury
securities
(ICE
BofA
10-Year
U.S.
Treasury
Index)
(10.81
)
(16.20
)
U.S.
investment
grade
bonds
(Bloomberg
U.S.
Aggregate
Bond
Index)
(9.22
)
(14.60
)
Tax-exempt
municipal
bonds
(Bloomberg
Municipal
Bond
Index)
(6.30
)
(11.50
)
U.S.
high
yield
bonds
(Bloomberg
U.S.
Corporate
High
Yield
2%
Issuer
Capped
Index)
(10.42
)
(14.15
)
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Table
of
Contents
Page
3
The
Markets
in
Review
...................................................................................................
2
Semi-Annual
Report:
Fund
Summary
........................................................................................................
4
About
Fund
Performance
..................................................................................................
7
Disclosure
of Expenses
...................................................................................................
7
Schedules
of
Investments
.................................................................................................
8
Financial
Statements:
Statements
of
Assets
and
Liabilities
.........................................................................................
58
Statements
of
Operations
................................................................................................
59
Statements
of
Changes
in
Net
Assets
........................................................................................
60
Financial
Highlights
.....................................................................................................
62
Notes
to
Financial
Statements
...............................................................................................
65
Board
Review
and
Approval
of
Investment
Advisory
Contract
............................................................................
73
Supplemental
Information
.................................................................................................
79
General
Information
.....................................................................................................
80
Glossary
of
Terms
Used
in
this
Report
..........................................................................................
81
Fund
Summary
as
of
September
30,
2022
2022
iShares
Semi-Annual
Report
To
Shareholders
4
iShares
®
Russell
2000
ETF
Investment
Objective
The 
iShares
Russell
2000
ETF
(the
“Fund”)
seeks
to
track
the
investment
results
of
an
index
composed
of
small-capitalization
U.S.
equities,
as
represented
by
the
Russell
2000
®
Index
(the
“Index”).
The
Fund
invests
in
a
representative
sample
of
securities
included
in
the
Index
that
collectively
has
an
investment
profile
similar
to
the
Index.
Due
to
the
use
of
representative
sampling,
the
Fund
may
or
may
not
hold
all
of
the
securities
that
are
included
in
the
Index.
Performance
Past
performance
is
not
an indication
of
future
results.
Performance
results
do
not
reflect
the
deduction
of
taxes
that
a
shareholder
would
pay
on
fund
distributions
or
on
the
redemption
or
sale
of
fund
shares.
See
“About
Fund
Performance” for
more
information.
Expense
Example
Portfolio
Information
Average
Annual
Total
Returns
Cumulative
Total
Returns
6-Month
Total
Returns
1
Year
5
Years
10
Years
1
Year
5
Years
10
Years
Fund
NAV
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
(19.03‌)%
(23.56‌)%
3.48‌%
8.54‌%
(23.56‌)%
18.64‌%
126.83‌%
Fund
Market
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
(19.02‌)
(23.63‌)
3.46‌
8.54‌
(23.63‌)
18.52‌
126.86‌
Index
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
(19.01‌)
(23.50‌)
3.55‌
8.55‌
(23.50‌)
19.08‌
127.20‌
Actual
Hypothetical
5%
Return
Beginning
Account
Value
(04/01/22)
Ending
Account
Value
(09/30/22)
Expenses
Paid
During
the
Period
(a)
Beginning
Account
Value
(04/01/22)
Ending
Account
Value
(09/30/22)
Expenses
Paid
During
the
Period
(a)
Annualized
Expense
Ratio
$
1,000.00‌
$
809.70‌
$
0.86‌
$
1,000.00‌
$
1,024.12‌
$
0.96‌
0.19‌%
(a)
Expenses
are
equal
to
the
annualized
expense
ratio,
multiplied
by
the
average
account
value
over
the
period,
multiplied
by
183/365
(to
reflect
the
one-half
year
period
shown).
Other
fees,
such
as
brokerage
commissions
and
other
fees
to
financial
intermediaries,
may
be
paid
which
are
not
reflected
in
the
tables
and
examples
above.
See
“Disclosure
of
Expenses”
for
more
information.
SECTOR
ALLOCATION
%
Sector
Percent
of
Total
Investments
(a)
Health
Care
....................................
18.9‌
%
Financials
......................................
17.2‌
Industrials
......................................
14.8‌
Information
Technology
.............................
12.9‌
Consumer
Discretionary
............................
10.2‌
Real
Estate
.....................................
6.4‌
Energy
........................................
6.1‌
Materials
......................................
4.0‌
Consumer
Staples
................................
3.4‌
Utilities
........................................
3.4‌
Communication
Services
............................
2.7‌
TEN
LARGEST
HOLDINGS
Security
Percent
of
TotaI
Investments
(a)
Shockwave
Medical,
Inc.
.............................
0.5‌
%
Biohaven
Pharmaceutical
Holding
Co.
Ltd.
.................
0.4‌
Chart
Industries,
Inc.
...............................
0.3‌
Karuna
Therapeutics,
Inc.
............................
0.3‌
Apellis
Pharmaceuticals,
Inc.
..........................
0.3‌
Murphy
USA,
Inc.
.................................
0.3‌
RBC
Bearings,
Inc.
................................
0.3‌
SouthState
Corp.
..................................
0.3‌
Texas
Roadhouse,
Inc.
..............................
0.3‌
Chord
Energy
Corp.
................................
0.3‌
(a)
Excludes
money
market
funds.
Fund
Summary
as
of
September
30,
2022
5
Fund
Summary
iShares
®
Russell
2000
Growth
ETF
Investment
Objective
The 
iShares
Russell
2000
Growth
ETF
(the
“Fund”)
seeks
to
track
the
investment
results
of
an
index
composed
of
small-capitalization
U.S.
equities
that
exhibit
growth
characteristics, as
represented
by
the
Russell
2000
®
Growth
Index
(the
“Index”).
The
Fund
invests
in
a
representative
sample
of
securities
included
in
the
Index
that
collectively
has
an
investment
profile
similar
to
the
Index.
Due
to
the
use
of
representative
sampling,
the
Fund
may
or
may
not
hold
all
of
the
securities
that
are
included
in
the
Index.
Performance
Past
performance
is
not
an indication
of
future
results.
Performance
results
do
not
reflect
the
deduction
of
taxes
that
a
shareholder
would
pay
on
fund
distributions
or
on
the
redemption
or
sale
of
fund
shares.
See
“About
Fund
Performance” for
more
information.
Expense
Example
Portfolio
Information
Average
Annual
Total
Returns
Cumulative
Total
Returns
6-Month
Total
Returns
1
Year
5
Years
10
Years
1
Year
5
Years
10
Years
Fund
NAV
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
(19.01‌)%
(29.27‌)%
3.55‌%
8.85‌%
(29.27‌)%
19.07‌%
133.56‌%
Fund
Market
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
(18.88‌)
(29.20‌)
3.56‌
8.87‌
(29.20‌)
19.10‌
133.94‌
Index
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
(19.06‌)
(29.27‌)
3.60‌
8.81‌
(29.27‌)
19.32‌
132.59‌
Actual
Hypothetical
5%
Return
Beginning
Account
Value
(04/01/22)
Ending
Account
Value
(09/30/22)
Expenses
Paid
During
the
Period
(a)
Beginning
Account
Value
(04/01/22)
Ending
Account
Value
(09/30/22)
Expenses
Paid
During
the
Period
(a)
Annualized
Expense
Ratio
$
1,000.00‌
$
809.90‌
$
1.09‌
$
1,000.00‌
$
1,023.87‌
$
1.22‌
0.24‌%
(a)
Expenses
are
equal
to
the
annualized
expense
ratio,
multiplied
by
the
average
account
value
over
the
period,
multiplied
by
183/365
(to
reflect
the
one-half
year
period
shown).
Other
fees,
such
as
brokerage
commissions
and
other
fees
to
financial
intermediaries,
may
be
paid
which
are
not
reflected
in
the
tables
and
examples
above.
See
“Disclosure
of
Expenses”
for
more
information.
SECTOR
ALLOCATION
%
Sector
Percent
of
Total
Investments
(a)
Health
Care
....................................
25.3‌
%
Information
Technology
.............................
19.5‌
Industrials
......................................
17.2‌
Consumer
Discretionary
............................
10.8‌
Energy
........................................
6.5‌
Financials
......................................
6.0‌
Materials
......................................
4.3‌
Consumer
Staples
................................
4.2‌
Communication
Services
............................
2.4‌
Real
Estate
.....................................
2.2‌
Utilities
........................................
1.6‌
TEN
LARGEST
HOLDINGS
Security
Percent
of
TotaI
Investments
(a)
Shockwave
Medical,
Inc.
.............................
0.9‌
%
Chart
Industries,
Inc.
...............................
0.6‌
Karuna
Therapeutics,
Inc.
............................
0.6‌
Apellis
Pharmaceuticals,
Inc.
..........................
0.6‌
Murphy
USA,
Inc.
.................................
0.5‌
Biohaven
Pharmaceutical
Holding
Co.
Ltd.
.................
0.5‌
Texas
Roadhouse,
Inc.
..............................
0.5‌
Iridium
Communications,
Inc.
..........................
0.5‌
EMCOR
Group,
Inc.
................................
0.5‌
HealthEquity,
Inc.
..................................
0.5‌
(a)
Excludes
money
market
funds.
Fund
Summary
as
of
September
30,
2022
2022
iShares
Semi-Annual
Report
To
Shareholders
6
iShares
®
Russell
2000
Value
ETF
Investment
Objective
The
iShares
Russell
2000
Value
ETF
(the
“Fund”)
seeks
to
track
the
investment
results
of
an
index
composed
of
small-capitalization
U.S.
equities
that
exhibit value
characteristics, as
represented
by
the
Russell
2000
®
 Value
Index
(the
“Index”).
The
Fund
invests
in
a
representative
sample
of
securities
included
in
the
Index
that
collectively
has
an
investment
profile
similar
to
the
Index.
Due
to
the
use
of
representative
sampling,
the
Fund
may
or
may
not
hold
all
of
the
securities
that
are
included
in
the
Index.
Performance
Past
performance
is
not
an indication
of
future
results.
Performance
results
do
not
reflect
the
deduction
of
taxes
that
a
shareholder
would
pay
on
fund
distributions
or
on
the
redemption
or
sale
of
fund
shares.
See
“About
Fund
Performance” for
more
information.
Expense
Example
Portfolio
Information
Average
Annual
Total
Returns
Cumulative
Total
Returns
6-Month
Total
Returns
1
Year
5
Years
10
Years
1
Year
5
Years
10
Years
Fund
NAV
.
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.
.
.
.
(19.26‌)%
(17.87‌)%
2.70‌%
7.80‌%
(17.87‌)%
14.24‌%
111.90‌%
Fund
Market
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
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.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
(19.25‌)
(17.94‌)
2.68‌
7.80‌
(17.94‌)
14.15‌
111.93‌
Index
.
.
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.
.
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.
.
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.
.
.
(19.18‌)
(17.69‌)
2.87‌
7.94‌
(17.69‌)
15.21‌
114.78‌
Actual
Hypothetical
5%
Return
Beginning
Account
Value
(04/01/22)
Ending
Account
Value
(09/30/22)
Expenses
Paid
During
the
Period
(a)
Beginning
Account
Value
(04/01/22)
Ending
Account
Value
(09/30/22)
Expenses
Paid
During
the
Period
(a)
Annualized
Expense
Ratio
$
1,000.00‌
$
807.40‌
$
1.09‌
$
1,000.00‌
$
1,023.87‌
$
1.22‌
0.24‌%
(a)
Expenses
are
equal
to
the
annualized
expense
ratio,
multiplied
by
the
average
account
value
over
the
period,
multiplied
by
183/365
(to
reflect
the
one-half
year
period
shown).
Other
fees,
such
as
brokerage
commissions
and
other
fees
to
financial
intermediaries,
may
be
paid
which
are
not
reflected
in
the
tables
and
examples
above.
See
“Disclosure
of
Expenses”
for
more
information.
SECTOR
ALLOCATION
%
Sector
Percent
of
Total
Investments
(a)
Financials
......................................
29.0‌
%
Industrials
......................................
12.4‌
Health
Care
....................................
12.1‌
Real
Estate
.....................................
10.8‌
Consumer
Discretionary
............................
9.6‌
Information
Technology
.............................
5.9‌
Energy
........................................
5.7‌
Utilities
........................................
5.1‌
Materials
......................................
3.7‌
Communication
Services
............................
3.0‌
Consumer
Staples
................................
2.7‌
TEN
LARGEST
HOLDINGS
Security
Percent
of
TotaI
Investments
(a)
SouthState
Corp.
..................................
0.6‌
%
Agree
Realty
Corp.
................................
0.5‌
STAG
Industrial,
Inc.
...............................
0.5‌
RBC
Bearings,
Inc.
................................
0.5‌
Old
National
Bancorp
...............................
0.5‌
Selective
Insurance
Group,
Inc.
........................
0.5‌
Glacier
Bancorp,
Inc.
...............................
0.5‌
United
Bankshares,
Inc.
.............................
0.4‌
Valley
National
Bancorp
.............................
0.4‌
TEGNA,
Inc.
.....................................
0.4‌
(a)
Excludes
money
market
funds.
About
Fund
Performance
7
About
Fund
Performance
/
Disclosure
of
Expenses
Past
performance
is
not
an
indication
of
future
results.
Financial
markets
have
experienced
extreme
volatility
and
trading
in
many
instruments
has
been
disrupted.
These
circumstances
may
continue
for
an
extended
period
of
time
and
may
continue
to
affect
adversely
the
value
and
liquidity
of
each
Fund’s
investments.
As
a
result,
current
performance
may
be
lower
or
higher
than
the
performance
data
quoted.
Performance
data
current
to
the
most
recent
month-end
is
available
at
iShares.com
.
Performance
results
assume
reinvestment
of
all
dividends
and
capital
gain
distributions
and
do
not
reflect
the
deduction
of
taxes
that
a
shareholder
would
pay
on
fund
distributions
or
on
the
redemption
or
sale
of
fund
shares.
The
investment
return
and
principal
value
of
shares
will
vary
with
changes
in
market
conditions.
Shares
may
be
worth
more
or
less
than
their
original
cost
when
they
are
redeemed
or
sold
in
the
market.
Performance
for
certain
funds
may
reflect
a
waiver
of
a
portion
of
investment
advisory
fees.
Without
such
a
waiver,
performance
would
have
been
lower.
Net
asset
value
or
“NAV”
is
the
value
of
one
share
of
a
fund
as
calculated
in
accordance
with
the
standard
formula
for
valuing
mutual
fund
shares.
Beginning
August
10,
2020,
the
price
used
to
calculate
market
return
(“Market
Price”)
is
the
closing
price.
Prior
to
August
10,
2020,
Market Price
was
determined
using
the
midpoint
between
the
highest
bid
and
the
lowest
ask
on
the
primary
stock
exchange
on
which
shares
of
a
fund
are
listed
for
trading,
as
of
the
time
that
such
fund’s
NAV
is
calculated.
Market
and
NAV
returns
assume
that
dividends
and
capital
gain
distributions
have
been
reinvested
at
Market
Price
and
NAV,
respectively.
An
index
is
a
statistical
composite
that
tracks
a
specified
financial
market
or
sector.
Unlike
a
fund,
an
index
does
not
actually
hold
a
portfolio
of
securities
and
therefore
does
not
incur
the
expenses
incurred
by
a
fund.
These
expenses
negatively
impact
fund
performance.
Also,
market
returns
do
not
include
brokerage
commissions
that
may
be
payable
on
secondary
market
transactions.
If
brokerage
commissions
were
included,
market
returns
would
be
lower.
Disclosure
of Expenses
Shareholders
of each
Fund
may
incur
the
following
charges: (1)
transactional
expenses,
including
brokerage
commissions
on
purchases
and
sales
of
fund
shares
and
(2)
ongoing
expenses,
including
management
fees
and
other
fund
expenses.
The
expense
examples
shown (which are
based
on
a
hypothetical
investment
of
$1,000
invested
at
the
beginning
of
the
period
and
held
through
the
end
of
the
period) are
intended
to
assist
shareholders
both
in
calculating
expenses
based
on
an
investment
in each
Fund and
in
comparing
these
expenses
with
similar
costs
of
investing
in
other
funds.
The
expense
examples
provide information
about
actual
account
values
and
actual
expenses.
Annualized
expense
ratios
reflect
contractual
and
voluntary
fee
waivers,
if
any.
In
order
to estimate
the
expenses
a
shareholder paid during
the period
covered
by
this
report,
shareholders
can divide their
account
value
by
$1,000 and
then
multiply
the
result
by
the
number
under
the
heading
entitled
“Expenses
Paid
During
the
Period.”
The
expense
examples also
provide
information
about
hypothetical
account
values
and
hypothetical
expenses
based
on a
fund’s
actual
expense
ratio
and
an
assumed
rate
of
return
of
5%
per
year
before
expenses.
In
order
to
assist
shareholders
in
comparing
the ongoing expenses
of
investing
in the
Funds
and
other
funds, compare
the
5%
hypothetical
examples
with
the
5%
hypothetical
examples
that
appear
in
the
shareholder
reports
of
the
other
funds.
The
expenses
shown
in
the
expense
examples are
intended
to highlight shareholders’
ongoing
costs
only
and
do
not
reflect
any
transactional
expenses,
such
as
brokerage
commissions
and
other
fees
paid
on
purchases
and
sales
of
fund
shares.