Portfolio & performance
Top 25 holdings
30 June 2017
|Treasury Wine Estates||Consumer Staples||Australia||47.9|
|Sands China||Consumer Discretionary||Hong Kong||32.7|
|Marks & Spencer||Consumer Discretionary||UK||24.7|
|Sumitomo Mitsui Financial||Financials||Japan||21.8|
|Royal Dutch Shell||Energy||UK||20.8|
|Johnson & Johnson||Health Care||US||18.1|
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