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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).
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Value as of 26 March 2015
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Last coupon paid on 09/24/2014
NAV in EUR as of 03/16/2015 to 03/26/2015
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In many ways February was similar to January in Europe, rising by a similar amount and with indices at a seven-year high. Effective levers were provided by rates still low in anticipation of the launch of QE by the ECB, by the expected impact of the fall in the euro and barrel price on company earnings and by relative valuations which are still advantageous. Non-residents began carrying out arbitrage in favour of European equity. France and Germany have posted similar earnings since the start of the year (+16%) and remain the main movement drivers. After being slightly behind in January, peripherals partially caught up thanks to the favourable conclusion of the first stage of extending the Greek support package. The Syriza-EU drama finally led to the painful extension of the aid programme by four months, with the Greek government required to give up several of its campaign promises to get there.
The breakdown of sector-based performances in February shows a “risk-on” environment. Like the countries, all sectors ended well up. First came base products (+12.9%), followed by construction materials (+10.6%), oil (+10.5%) and banks (+10.2%). The underperformance by utilities (+0.5%) and transport (+3.4%) are signs of the rise in crude oil prices and sometimes harsh revisions of the prospects for companies and their capacity to maintain their yields. The benchmark index was reshuffled on 27 February 2015. Two components (Endesa, Aena) were acquired and none sold.
GEOGRAPHICAL BREAKDOWN Data as of 28 February 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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