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Barclays Global Investors – i-Shares DJ Eurostoxx Small Cap

Type:
Exchange traded fund

Aim:
Growth by tracking the performance of the Dow Jones Eurostoxx Small Cap Index

Minimum investment:
Subject to negotiation with a stockbroker

Investment split:
100% tracking the performance of the Dow Jones Eurostoxx Small Cap Index

Place of registration:
Dublin

Isa link:
Yes

Pep transfers:
Yes

Charges:
Annual 0.4%

Commission:
None

Tel: 020 7668 8007

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