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Past performance does not guarantee future returns. The value of an investment can rise or fall with market fluctuations, and you may lose the amount originally invested. The material is based upon information that we consider reliable as of the date shown, but we do not represent that it is accurate, complete, valid or timely, in particular any data communicated to us by a third party, and it should not be relied on as such for any particular purpose. All material is subject to change.
The fund performance is calculated net of investment management fees including commissions and custody fees. The benchmark performances are calculated with net dividend reinvested when applicable. Both performances for funds and benchmarks are calculated using internal software fed by external sources (predominantly Datastream).
The exchange rates used to convert the benchmark and investment funds are the rates published by WM/Reuters at 16:00 (London time) on the last day of the month.
Value as of 23 April 2014
Net assets (in M)
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Last coupon paid on 09/24/2013
NAV in EUR as of 04/10/2014 to 04/23/2014
Net assets (in M)
Equity markets were rocky at the start of the month due to the Ukrainian crisis and new qualms about the prospects of the Chinese economy; these two factors unleashed a wave of risk aversion and fuelled flows towards safe haven securities like US and German bonds, gold or the yen. Even so, markets had perked up by the end of the month, MSCI World closing close to its early-February level and posting a positive Q1 performance.
In this context MSCI EMU closed the month up by 0.3%. Broken down by sectors, there was a notably good performance by public-sector services and staples whereas telecommunications and health underperformed. Broken down by countries, Italy (+6.6%) and Spain (+2.6%) put in above-par performances while Austria (-2.6%) underperformed.
The most notable events in the benchmark index were the entrance of Banco Popolare on 31 March and the takeover bid on Pohjola Bank.
GEOGRAPHICAL BREAKDOWN Data as of 31 March 2014
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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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