Sliding performance as of 18 December 2014 ( EUR )
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Value as of 19 December 2014
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All markets ended positively, still buoyed up by carefully disclosed comments from Mario Draghi. Germany overperformed (+7%), helped by encouraging statistics. Ireland (+6.5%) and Greece (+5.1%) were next in this “risk-on” context. Conversely, there was clear underperformance by Italy (+1.3%), penalised by the weight of its banks in the index and the slow progress of the economic reforms promised by Mr Renzi. Portugal was the only country to end in the red.
Telecommunications came first (+9.5%) with a confirmed reduction in competition intensity and stabilised margins; Automobiles (+8.5%) are next, after several months of poor performance, thanks to an upward trend for new cars in November. Two sectors fell: oil (-7.2%), as in October, logically dragged down by the drop in crude oil prices, and base materials declined -1.2%.
The index was reshuffled on 25/11. Two companies left: Fugro and Hochtief. Conversely, Bankinter, NN Group, Deutsche Annington and Symrise joined.
The result of our anticipation of the MSCI reshuffling (-1bp explained by overperformance from Fugro) was offset by the strategy for managing the takeover bid by BSkyB for Sky Deutschland (transfer of securities at €6.75 v. exit from index at €6.15).
GEOGRAPHICAL BREAKDOWN Data as of 30 November 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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