Sliding performance as of 04 February 2016 ( EUR )
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Value as of 04 February 2016
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Last coupon paid on 09/25/2015
NAV in EUR as of 01/25/2016 to 02/04/2016
Net assets (in M)
After a generally good year (MSCI EMU +9.82%), matters became more difficult towards the end of the year for the European equity markets (-5.72% in December), although at lower volumes as at the end of any period. The month’s key events were the continued decline in oil prices and the ECB and Fed announcements. The euro gained just under 3% against the dollar. The gradual devaluation (1.5%) of the Chinese currency (against the dollar) also brought back the spectre of the currency war and unsettled all the emerging currencies. Profits were revised downwards in the Eurozone.
However, the Eurozone figures appeared to begin to benefit from the drop in the euro and oil prices. The ISM manufacturing indices showed a clear improvement, even in France. Germany’s figures remained good.
The oil and base materials sectors had the greatest impact on the stock market, affected by the fall in barrel price and still worrying Chinese figures. Industrial stocks were impacted negatively by the rise of the euro/dollar, and telecoms were shaken up by rumours of the French market being consolidated. Conversely, healthcare, benefitting from its safe haven status and the upturn of the dollar, along with technology and public services, came out relatively well.
GEOGRAPHICAL BREAKDOWN Data as of 31 December 2015
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Using an optimised index management, the investment team seeks to generate a performance slightly higher than that its index, which represents the euro zone equity market. Relative risk, measured by the portfolio's tracking error, is limited to a very low level.
Distr. share : 23 September 2008
Acc. share : 23 September 2008
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