SPDR® MSCI World Small Cap UCITS ETF
This ETF aims to track the performance of the MSCI World Small Cap index, which includes more than 4,300 smaller companies across 23 developed markets. The ETF provides physical, optimised exposure to the index and holds 3,200 of its constituents, capped at $3.6 billion (£2.7 billion) on average. The largest country weightings are to the US (58% of assets) and to Japan (12%). Ongoing charges are 0.45%.
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|RPM International Inc||0.18 %|
|Sarepta Therapeutics Inc||0.18 %|
|RingCentral Inc Class A||0.18 %|
|Neurocrine Biosciences Inc||0.17 %|
|Booz Allen Hamilton Holding Corp Class A||0.17 %|
|Teradyne Inc||0.17 %|
|The Trade Desk Inc A||0.17 %|
|Tyler Technologies Inc||0.16 %|
|Universal Display Corp||0.16 %|
|Black Knight Inc A||0.16 %|
|United States||57.92 %|
|United Kingdom||6.47 %|
|Europe - ex Euro||5.47 %|
|Consumer Cyclical||13.49 %|
|Financial Services||13.03 %|
|Real Estate||12.08 %|
|Basic materials||7.49 %|
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