HSBC MSCI World
Stockmarket ticker: HMWO
Sector: Global equities
Total expense ratio: 0.15% p.a.
What does it invest in?
HSBC MSCI World ETF invests in the shares of more than 1,400 companies from a wide range of developed countries, with the aim of tracking the performance of the MSCI World index. Among its biggest holdings are US tech giants such as Apple, Amazon and Tesla.
Why would you consider it for your portfolio?
It’s a low-cost way to get exposure to developed stock markets globally via the widely-followed MSCI World index. About two-thirds of the ETF is in US shares and most of its biggest holdings are US companies. Information Technology is the most widely held business sector. HSBC MSCI World is a very large ETF with a track record of more than 10 years.
Does it pay an income?
HSBC MSCI World distributes income quarterly and has a dividend yield of 1.34%.
How has it performed?
The ETF is up 48.4% over the past 5 years in £ terms with dividends reinvested (As at 20/06/22 Bloomberg ). Please note, past performance is not necessarily a reliable indicator of future performance.
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