BlackRock Global Funds - World Agriculture Fund D4 GBP Hedged

BlackRock Global Funds - World Agriculture Fund D4 GBP Hedged
BlackRock (Luxembourg) SA
1 %
3 Year Sharpe
0.3 %
Not Benchmarked
The World Agriculture Fund seeks to maximize total return. The fund invests globally at least 70% of its total assets in the equity securities of agricultural companies. Agricultural companies are those which are engaged in agriculture, agricultural chemicals, equipment and infrastructure, agricultural commodities and food, bio-fuels, crop sciences, farm land and forestry.
Holding %
FMC Corp 4.43 %
Tyson Foods Inc Class A 4.14 %
Nestle SA 4.00 %
Kerry Group PLC Class A 3.89 %
Tractor Supply Co 3.72 %
Graphic Packaging Holding Co 3.66 %
UPL Ltd 3.28 %
Cranswick PLC 3.23 %
Norway Royal Salmon ASA 3.21 %
Symrise AG 3.15 %
Region %
United States 44.61 %
Europe - ex Euro 14.50 %
Eurozone 12.13 %
United Kingdom 10.02 %
Latin America 7.20 %
Canada 5.83 %
Sector %
Consumer Defensive 59.16 %
Basic materials 19.93 %
Consumer Cyclical 9.32 %
Industrials 7.87 %
BlackRock (Luxembourg) SA
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David Huggins
Joined 02/01/2020
Thomas Holl
Joined 01/14/2019

Tom Holl is co-manager at BlackRock Commodities Income Trust plc, and is a member of Blackrock’s Natural Resources Team. Tom covers the gold and mining sectors and co-manages a number of the team’s gold and mining portfolios as well as income strategies. He moved to his current role in 2008, but his service with the firm dates back to 2006. Previously, Tom was a member of the Global Equity Team and the Real Estate Team. Tom has a degree, with honours in land economy.

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