World industrials ETF
Most part of the industrial companies in this world industrials ETF are active in the field of production and they all have a very long track record so do not expect rising stars. These kind of companies are very depended on market conditions.
If the global economy is on the rise these industrial companies prosper and you will see this world industrials ETF go up in a straight line. If the global economy is in a downturn these companies may suffer deep and long.
Lyxor MSCI World Industrials TR UCITS ETF
Investing on a worldwide scale in industrial companies is made possible by this Lyxor World Industrials ETF. Well, worldwide? Do not take that literally. 50% of companies within this industrials ETF originate from the US. Japan comes in second with a 15% share and Germany, France and the United Kingdom are good for 5% each.
The rest is taken up by many smaller Western countries. China as a country only plays a very minor role in this world industrials ETF with a share of 0,04%, a striking and somewhat strange feature of this ETF.
When we take a look at the companies included in this industrials ETF General Electric comes in top of the list with a 7% share. Then Boeing, 3M, Siemens and Honeywell follow with a 2% share each. In total you will find 260 companies included in this industrial ETF.
This Lyxor World Industrials ETF is tracking the MSCI World Industrials index. It is a re-investment index so do not expect dividends to be paid out. The dividends will be added to the price of the ETF.
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Lyxor MSCI World Industrials TR UCITS ETF info:
ETF provider: Lyxor (Societe Generale)
Exchange: Euronext Parijs
This Lyxor MSCI World Industrials TR UCITS ETF has quotations on different exchanges and is known under several ticker symbols. As long as the ISIN number is identical you are dealing with the same ETF.