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Mid Wynd International Investment Trust PLC Fund O Inc

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Mid Wynd International Investment Trust PLC Fund O Inc

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  • Price (GBX)698.00
  • Today's Change-6.00 / -0.85%
  • Shares traded117.18k
  • 1 Year change18.10%
  • Beta0.6164
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Top holdings

20.38%Per cent of portfolio in top holdings
Holding% of portfolio
Amazon.com Inc2.30%
Microsoft Corp2.11%
Trane Technologies PLC2.11%
Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc2.09%
Equinix Inc2.06%
Synopsys Inc2.03%
Merck & Co Inc1.95%
Daifuku Co Ltd1.93%
Apple Inc1.92%
Roche Holding AG Dividend Right Cert.1.88%
As of Sep 30 2020. Top holdings excludes cash and cash equivalents.

Sector weighting

Sector% of portfolio
Technology22.20%
Healthcare20.34%
Industrials16.71%
Financial Services8.99%
Consumer Cyclical8.92%
Communications Equipment6.23%
Basic Materials4.66%
Real Estate4.50%
Consumer Defensive2.99%
Utilities0.98%
As of Sep 30 2020.

Regional holdings

Holding% of portfolio
USA54.85%
Japan13.79%
France7.90%
China6.65%
Switzerland2.96%
UK2.92%
Taiwan1.64%
Germany1.34%
South Korea1.05%
Other3.41%
As of Sep 30 2020.
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