Price: 443.5000GBX

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Fidelity Index US P

Fidelity Index US P



Risk level:


FE fundinfo Rating:


IA Sector:

IA North America

Income type:




23 May 2024

Last change:

icon-up-small 0.07%

1 year change:

icon-up-small 25.79%

5 year annualised return:


12 month yield:


At a glance

At a glance performance and information


Share Dealing Account Yes

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  • Fidelity Index US P
  • IA North America
  • S&P 500

Discrete calendar year performance

Discrete calendar year performance
Investment 31/03/19 to 31/03/20 31/03/20 to 31/03/21 31/03/21 to 31/03/22 31/03/22 to 31/03/23 31/03/23 to 31/03/24
Fidelity Index US P 0.10% 37.32% 23.27% -5.34% 28.80%
IA North America -3.98% 42.35% 16.05% -4.02% 25.10%
S&P 500 -7.53% 55.56% 15.16% -8.20% 29.27%

Trailing returns


Trailing returns
Investment 3 months 6 months 1 year 3 years* 5 years*
Fidelity Index US P 4.87% 16.20% 25.79% 14.07% 14.62%
IA North America 3.61% 14.87% 23.44% 10.92% 12.85%
S&P 500 4.58% 17.06% 27.94% 9.67% 14.51%

Fund Objective: The Fund aims to track the performance of the S&P 500 (NUK) Index (before fees and expenses are applied) thereby seeking to increase the value of your investment over a period of 5 years or more. NUK means Net Total Return (WHT 15%). NUK is a customised index variant, designed and maintained by S&P, which aligns more closely with this Fund's withholding tax treatment. The performance of the Fund is unlikely to track the performance of the index precisely. Examples of tracking difference are explained in the Prospectus Notes below and the KIID. The Fund uses an `index tracking' (also known as `passive') investment management approach whereby it aims to replicate the composition of the index. However, for practical reasons and/or to reduce the dealing costs of the Fund, it may not invest in every company share in the index or at its weighting within the index. As well as investing directly in company shares, the Fund will achieve exposure indirectly through the use of derivatives for efficient portfolio management purposes, for example, at the time of cash inflows to remain fully invested or to reduce transaction costs. In order to manage the cash position, the Fund may invest in collective investment schemes (such as liquidity Funds), including those managed by Fidelity, money market instruments, cash and deposits. Many funds sold in the UK are grouped into sectors by the Investment Association (the trade body that represents UK Investment Managers), to facilitate comparison between funds with broadly similar characteristics. This Fund is classified in the IA North America sector. Performance data on funds within this sector may be prepared and published by data providers and will be used when evaluating the performance of this Fund. The IA sector most closely reflects the combination of assets in the Fund. For taxation reasons the Fund's performance can also be compared to the S&P 500 (Net Total Return) Index or the S&P 500 (Gross total Return) Index.

Manager name:

Fidelity International (FIL Invt Svcs UK Ltd)

Manager start date:

27 March 2014

Investment style:


Region (geographical):

United States

Manager Biography:



S&P 500


IA North America

FE fundinfo Rating:


Fees & charges

Fees and Charges

Fees and Charges
Charge Who receives this? What is it? Amount
Initial charge: The fund manager Charges applied by the fund management company for investing in their fund. Please note that Investment Managers may charge each time you buy new units or shares in a fund or trust. Where Investment Managers would have an entry charge, we will negotiate to have it waived so you will not be charged. 0.00%
Ongoing Charges: The fund manager The annual charge paid to a fund manager to cover the costs of running the fund. It is an estimate based on the actual amount charged in the previous year. 0.06%
Performance Fee: The fund manager A performance fee joins up the interest of the fund manager and their investors. A performance fee is taken when the fund beats pre-set conditions. N/A
Typical transaction cost: The fund manager The costs of dealing within a fund, which the Investment Manager must pay to continue managing the assets. This includes where the Manager decides to sell one stock and buy another. The costs will vary from one fund to another based on how often the Investment Manager trades and the costs applied when trading. 0.188%*
Dealing commission: iWeb The cost of buying or selling some or all of your investment. £5.00 (per online trade)

*This is an indication based on the market average. The fund’s actual transaction cost will be shown before you place a trade.

Account charges are not included


Asset Allocation

Fund size: 5,505,000,000.00 GBX

Chart date: May 23, 2024

Top 10 Holdings

Top 10 Holdings
Security Weight
Microsoft corporation 6.80%
Apple inc. 5.90%
Nvidia corp 5.10%
Alphabet inc 4.20%, inc. 3.80%
Meta platforms, inc. 2.20%
Berkshire hathaway inc. 1.70%
Lilly (eli) & co 1.50%
Broadcom inc 1.40%
Jpmorgan chase & co 1.30%


Sectors Weight
Information Technology 29.20%
Financials 13.10%
Health Care 12.30%
Consumer Discretionary 10.30%
Communications 9.10%
Industrials 8.80%
Consumer Staples 6.20%
Energy 4.10%
Materials 2.40%
Utilities 2.30%

World regions

World regions
Country Weight
United States 99.80%
Netherlands 0.20%

What is ESG?

ESG stands for Environmental, Social and Governance and is an approach for evaluating to what extent a company works towards social goals. For investors this can be used in order to understand how their funds and the assets they are made up of work towards these goals and use that information to help make sustainable investment choices.

ESG Metric


MSCI ESG Quality Score (0-10)


MSCI ESG Quality Score - Peer Percentile (0-100)


MSCI ESG Quality Score - Global Percentile (0-100)


Fund Environmental Impact Involvement (%)


Fund Social Score Impact Involvement (%)


Fund Severe Governance Controversies Involvement (%)