The SPDR S&P World ex Australia Carbon Control Fund seeks to closely track, before fees and expenses, the returns of the S&P Developed Ex-Australia LargeMidCap Carbon Control Index (AUD).
The S&P Developed ex Australia LargeMidCap Carbon Control index (AUD) is designed to measure the performance of eligible securities from the S&P Developed ex Australia LargeMidCap Index, weighted to minimise the weighted average carbon intensity and subject to active share, active industry group weight, active country weight and diversification constraints. The optimization process aims to overweight or underweight those companies that have lower or higher levels of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions per unit of revenue.
|Benchmark||S&P Developed Ex-Australia LargeMidCap Carbon Control Index (AUD)|
|Inception Date||18 Mar 2013|
|Management Costs||0.18% p.a.|
|Countries of Registration||Australia|
|Regulatory Structure||Registered Managed Investment Scheme|
|Investment Manager||State Street Global Advisors, Australia, Limited ABN 42 003 914 225|
|Responsible Entity||State Street Global Advisors, Australia Services Limited ABN 16 108 671 441|
|Primary Exchange||ASX Quotation Date||Trading Currency||ASX Stock Code||Bloomberg Ticker||ISIN|
|Australian Securities Exchange||18 Mar 2013||AUD||WXOZ||WXOZ AU||AU00000WXOZ2|
|Weighted Average Market Cap||AUD $522,013.66 M|
|Est. 3-5 Year EPS Growth||12.63%|
|Price/Earnings Ratio FY1||16.33|
|Return on Equity||20.29%|
|Total Market Capitalisation||AUD $55,060,690.00 M|
|Number of Holdings||940|
|Weighted Average Market Cap||AUD $522,157.40 M|
|Est. 3-5 Year EPS Growth||12.67%|
|Price/Earnings Ratio FY1||16.34|
|Return on Equity||20.28%|
|Total Market Capitalisation||AUD $55,031,884.00 M|
|Assets Under Management||AUD $322.68 M|
|Units on Issue||9,055,301|
as of 28 Feb 2023
|As Of||1 Month||3 Month||YTD||1 Year||3 Year (p.a.)||5 Year (p.a.)||Since Inception (p.a.)
18 Mar 2013
|Fund Distribution Return||28 Feb 2023||0.00%||0.00%||0.00%||11.79%||5.75%||4.69%||3.92%|
|Fund Growth Return||28 Feb 2023||2.09%||0.21%||5.54%||-14.05%||1.43%||4.50%||9.04%|
|Fund Total Return||28 Feb 2023||2.09%||0.21%||5.54%||-2.25%||7.17%||9.19%||12.96%|
|Benchmark||28 Feb 2023||2.08%||0.24%||5.54%||-2.08%||7.28%||9.28%||13.16%|
Past Performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance. Performance returns for periods of less than one year are not annualised and have been calculated based on changes in the net asset value of the Fund rather than the last quoted price. The Total Return is the sum of the Growth (or Price) Return and Distribution Return and is shown net of management fees and costs but does not reflect the brokerage fees or the bid/ask spread that investors pay to buy and sell ETF securities on the Australian Securities Exchange. Distributions are assumed to be reinvested under the Dividend Reinvestment Program (DRP). Investment returns and principal value will fluctuate, so you may have a gain or loss when units are sold. Current performance may be higher or lower than that quoted. The index returns are unmanaged and do not reflect the deduction of any fees or expenses. The index returns reflect all items of income, gain and loss and the reinvestment of dividends (net of withholding tax) and other income.
All SPDR ETFs, aside from the SPDR® S&P 500® ETF Trust and the SPDR® S&P®/ASX 200 Listed Property Fund are managed on an accumulation basis, with income reinvested into investable securities. This means that subsequent application and redemption activity could distort the nature and size of distributions. The proportion of total return attributable to income versus capital growth may differ from the relevant index.
Index Change: "Benchmark" reflects linked performance returns of both the S&P Developed ex Australia LargeMidCap AUD Index and the S&P Developed Ex-Australia LargeMidCap Carbon Control Index (AUD). The index returns are reflective of the S&P Developed ex Australia LargeMidCap AUD Index from fund inception until 01/31/2022 and of the S&P Developed Ex-Australia LargeMidCap Carbon Control Index (AUD) effective 01/31/2022 to present.
Growth of $10,000: SPDR® S&P® World ex Australia Carbon Control Fund
Fund Inception Date: 18 Mar 2013
The Growth of $10,000 chart reflects the performance of a hypothetical investment in the Fund since inception. The performance of the hypothetical investment is based on the actual past performance of the Fund over the time period shown. Past Performance is not a reliable indicator of future results. Performance returns have been calculated based on changes in the net asset value of the Fund rather than the last quoted price. Return is shown net of management fees and costs but does not reflect the brokerage fees or the bid/ask spread that investors pay to buy and sell ETF securities on the Australian Securities Exchange. Distributions are assumed to be reinvested under the Dividend Reinvestment Program (DRP). Investment returns and principal value will fluctuate, so you may have a gain or loss when units are sold. Current performance may be higher or lower than that quoted.
|Alphabet Class A||1.31%|
|Alphabet Class C||1.23%|
|Meta Platforms Inc||1.09%|
|Alphabet Class A||1.33%|
|Alphabet Class C||1.21%|
|Meta Platforms Inc||1.09%|
Holdings and sectors shown are as of the date indicated and are subject to change. This information should not be considered a recommendation to invest in a particular sector or to buy or sell any security shown. It is not known whether the sectors or securities shown will be profitable in the future.
|Belgium / Luxembourg||0.37%|
|Ex- Date||Record Date||Pay Date||Dollars Per Unit Distribution||Franking Credits||Foreign Tax Credits||DRP Price|
The tables above show historical distributions from the funds. Historical distributions are no indication of future distributable income.
The distribution components are as calculated and reported to the Australian Securities Exchange ("ASX") at the time of each distribution. The year end components reported to investors in their annual tax statements, once all year end information is finalised, may be different.
The ability of the Funds to pay distributions depends on, among other things, the dividends and distributions declared and paid by the companies whose securities are held by the Funds. There can be no assurance that such securities will pay dividends or other earnings. For further information on distributions, including tax implications, please refer to the relevant fund PDS. However, the information contained therein is not tax advice and investors should obtain their own professional tax and or financial advice.
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Risk associated with equity investing include stock values which may fluctuate in response to the activities of individual companies and general market and economic conditions.
Investing in foreign domiciled securities may involve risk of capital loss from unfavorable fluctuation in currency values, withholding taxes, from differences in generally accepted accounting principles or from economic or political instability in other nations.
Investments in emerging or developing markets may be more volatile and less liquid than investing in developed markets and may involve exposure to economic structures that are generally less diverse and mature and to political systems which have less stability than those of more developed countries.
Investments in mid-sized companies may involve greater risks than in those of larger, better known companies, but may be less volatile than investments in smaller companies.
Companies with large market capitalizations go in and out of favor based on market and economic conditions. Larger companies tend to be less volatile than companies with smaller market capitalizations. In exchange for this potentially lower risk, the value of the security may not rise as much as companies with smaller market capitalizations.
The returns on a portfolio of securities which exclude companies that do not meet the portfolio's specified ESG criteria may trail the returns on a portfolio of securities which include such companies. A portfolio's ESG criteria may result in the portfolio investing in industry sectors or securities which underperform the market as a whole.