JPM Natural Resources Fund C - Net Accumulation

Name
JPM Natural Resources Fund C - Net Accumulation
Manager
JPMorgan Funds Limited
Type
Open Ended Investment Company
ISIN
GB00B88MP089
Sector
Specialist
Launched
22/10/2012
OCF
0.82 %
Risk Rating
3
3 Year Sharpe
0.17
3 Year Alpha
0.79
Yield
3.3 %
Benchmark
EMIX Global Mining & Energy NR GBP
The fund seeks to invest, primarily in the shares of, companies throughout the world engaged in the production and marketing of commodities. The Fund aims to provide capital growth over the long term.
Holding %
BHP Group PLC 8.62 %
Rio Tinto PLC 7.83 %
Chevron Corp 6.15 %
Newmont Corp 6.00 %
Total SE 3.61 %
Agnico Eagle Mines Ltd 3.26 %
Barrick Gold Corp 3.25 %
Exxon Mobil Corp 3.09 %
Franco-Nevada Corp 3.08 %
Mining and Metallurgical Company NORILSK NICKEL PJSC ADR 2.73 %
Region %
United States 23.83 %
United Kingdom 23.33 %
Canada 22.14 %
Eurozone 7.36 %
Europe - Emerging 6.73 %
Europe - ex Euro 6.13 %
Sector %
Basic materials 56.42 %
Energy 41.11 %
Name
JPMorgan Funds Limited
Address
EC4Y 0JP, London, United Kingdom
UCITS
Yes
Legal Structure
Open Ended Investment Company

Managers

Veronika Lysogorskaya
Joined 03/31/2020
Chris Korpan
Joined 02/01/2017

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