SPDR® Morningstar Multi-Asset Global Infrastructure UCITS ETF


This ETF aims to track the Morningstar Global Multi-Asset Infrastructure index, which is comprised of around 1,500 global equity and fixed income securities within 18 infrastructure-related industries. Ongoing charges are 0.4%.

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SPDR® Morningstar Multi-Asset Global Infrastructure UCITS ETF
State Street Global Advisors
Exchange traded product
USD Moderate Allocation
0.4 %
Risk Rating
3 Year Sharpe
3 Year Alpha
2.3 %
Morningstar Gbl Mult-At Infra GR USD
The objective of the SPDR Morningstar Multi-Asset Global Infrastructure UCITS ETF is to track the performance of the global infrastructure market represented by publicly traded infrastructurerelated equity and bonds. It aims to do this by tracking the Morningstar Global Multi-Asset Infrastructure Index as closely as possible.
Holding %
Union Pacific Corp 1.90 %
NextEra Energy Inc 1.37 %
American Tower Corp 1.26 %
United Parcel Service Inc Class B 1.10 %
Enbridge Inc 1.10 %
Canadian National Railway Co 0.99 %
Duke Energy Corp 0.98 %
CSX Corp 0.91 %
Iberdrola SA 0.83 %
Southern Co 0.81 %
Region %
United States 47.85 %
Eurozone 13.47 %
Canada 9.51 %
Japan 8.91 %
Asia - Emerging 6.10 %
Sector %
Industrials 42.39 %
Utilities 39.20 %
Energy 9.04 %
State Street Global Advisors
02210, Boston, United States
Legal Structure
Open Ended Investment Company

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