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  • What is the Fund’s objective?

    The PowerShares FTSE RAFI Italy 30 UCITS ETF aims to provide investors with investment results which, before expenses, correspond to the price and yield performance of the FTSE RAFI Italy 30 Net Total Return Index (an index weighted using a composite of fundamental factors) in Euro terms by holding, as far as practicable, all of the Index’s constituents in their respective weighting. The portfolio follows the index’s annual review (in March each year). The FTSE Research Affiliates Fundamental Index Series® weights index constituents using specific fundamental factors, rather than market capitalisation. Therefore, at review, constituent weights are not based on price valuations established by the market. The review of the FTSE RAFI Index Series and the calculation of the fundamental weighting of a company are carried out using the following factors as found in a company’s annual returns: Sales (averaged over the prior five years), Cash Flow (averaged over the prior five years), Book Value (at the review date), and Dividends (total dividend distributions averaged over the last five years).

    How does FE rate this fund?

    • Risk score n/a

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    How this fund is managed?

    This is a passive fund
    Benchmark: n/a
    Replication Method: Physical-Full
    Tracking Error: n/a
    Tracking Difference: n/a

    Price and Charges

    Price (26/11/15)
    Mid Price € 5.81
    Initial 0.00%
    Annual 0.50%
    OCF? 0.50%
  • How has this fund performed?

    Cumulative Performance chart

    FE Analytics
        3m 6m 1yr 3yrs 5yrs
    PS FTSE RAFI Italy 30 UCITS ETF +1.8 -2.3 +3.4 +49.5 +8.0

    Discrete Performance chart

  • Prices and Codes


      Unit type Currency Bid Offer Date Year High Year Low
    PS FTSE RAFI Italy 30 UCITS ETF INC EUR 5.81 26 Nov 2015 6.22 4.66


      EPIC Code Citicode SEDOL ISIN
  • What does this fund invest in?

    Asset Class Breakdown (31 Oct 2015)

    Rank Asset (estimated from fund's sector average) %    
    1 European Equities 70.00
    2 International Equities 30.00

    Top Holdings

    Top holdings is not available for this fund
  • Additional Information

    Additional Information

    Legal Structure: ETF
    Fund Launch: 13-Dec-2007
    Dividends p.a.: 4
    Indice: N/A
    Fund size: N/A
    Distributor Status: No
    Asset Class: Equity
    Open/Closed to new business: Open
    Dividend policy: Mar 30, Jun 30, Sep 30, Dec 30 (Final)
  • Contact Details

    PowerShares Global Funds Ireland PLC, Perpetual Park, Perpetual Park Drive, Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire RG9 1HH, UK, 43-45 Portman Square, London, London, W1H 6LY

Price total return performance figures are calculated on a bid price to bid price basis (mid to mid where applicable) with gross income (dividends) reinvested. Performance figures are shown in selected currency.

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