World TRN Index ETF

World TRN Index ETF

The Index is a free float-adjusted market capitalization index reflecting the performance of the global developed market equity performance on a total return basis with net dividends reinvested. As of August 2006, the Index consisted of constituents out of the following 23 developed countries: Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, the United Kingdom and the United States. The International Equity Index series represents companies within these countries that are available to investors worldwide, therefore provides the equity universe of eligible securities for the Index.



Top ten holdings (06.07.10)
SECURITY COUNTRY WEIGHT (%)
ExxonMobil Corporation United States 1.48%
Apple Inc United States 1.18%
Microsoft Corp United States 0.93%
Procter & Gamble Co United States 0.89%
Nestle SA Switzerland 0.85%
Johnson & Johnson United States 0.83%
International Business Machines Corp United States 0.83%
HSBC Holdings Plc United Kingdom 0.82%
General Electric Co. United States 0.78%
JPMorgan Chase & Co. United States 0.75%

Country allocation of the index (06.07.10)
SECURITY WEIGHT (%)
United States 49.70%
Japan 10.58%
United Kingdom 9.50%
Canada 5.18%
France 4.33%
Australia 3.71%
Switzerland 3.65%
Germany 3.48%
Spain 1.54%
Other 8.33%

Sector weightings of the index (06.07.10)
SECURITY WEIGHT (%)
Financials 20.39%
Information Technology 11.95%
Industrials 11.14%
Consumer Staples 10.39%
Consumer Discretionary 10.11%
Energy 10.00%
Health Care 9.87%
Materials 7.56%
Utilities 4.35%
Telecommunication Services 4.24%
WorldETF - ETF World Index


Country: Germany
Currency: EUR
Margin: 10%
Is shortable: Yes


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