Invesco Markets plc Bloomberg Commodity UCITS ETF A GBP (CMOP)
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|Index:||The Bloomberg Commodity Index was launched in 1998 as the Dow Jones-AIG Commodity Index, then Dow Jones-UBS, and is an industry-standard benchmark for broad commodity exposure.The index is composed of futures contracts on physical commodities. 24 commodities are eligible for inclusion, covering 6 commodity groups Energy, Grains, Industrial Metals, Precious Metals, Softs and Livestock. Commodities are weighted two-thirds by liquidity and one-third by global production with caps on individual and group weightings to ensure diversification.|
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|Ongoing Charge (OCF/TER):||0.19%|
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|NYMEX New York Mercantile Exchange Henry Hub Natural Gas Electronic Energy Future||12.90%|
|Commodities Exchange Centre (CEC) Gold Composite Commodity Future||10.62%|
|NYMEX New York Mercantile Exchange Light Sweet Crude Oil (WTI) Electronic Energy Future||10.18%|
|Intercontinental Exchange Europe Brent Crude Electronic Energy Future||8.21%|
|CBT Chicago Board of Trade Corn Composite Commodity Future||5.00%|
|Commodities Exchange Centre (CEC) Copper Composite Commodity Future||4.96%|
|LME London Metal Exchange Aluminium Monthly Pit Commodity Future||4.38%|
|CBT Chicago Board of Trade Soybeans Composite Commodity Future||4.17%|
|Intercontinental Exchange US Coffee C Futures Electronic Commodity Future||3.58%|
|CBT Chicago Board of Trade Soybean Oil Composite Commodity Future||3.46%|
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