The iShares IXI ETF provides investors with targeted exposure to global consumer staple companies. Think along the lines of milk, chocolate, soft drink, makeup, clothes and wine.
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IXI invests in a portfolio of consumer staples companies, including leading brands like Nestle, Coca-Cola, Costco, L’Oreal and Unilever. Trying to replicate this exposure to consumer staples yourself would be time-consuming and expensive, so IXI could be a solution for investors looking for targeted exposure to this sector.
IXI could be used by investors to gain tactical exposure to the consumer staples sector, which includes a diverse range of companies that produce essential products. This ETF aims to track the S&P Global 1200 Consumer Staples Sector Index, before fees and expenses.
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