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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 (mainly Datastream).
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Value as of 06 March 2014
Net assets (in M)
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Last coupon paid on 11/29/2013
NAV in EUR as of 02/24/2014 to 03/06/2014
Net assets (in M)
* The top performing equities for the month were:
1/ DB Physical Gold ETC – The gold price tracking ETC was in February for the second consecutive month the top contributor. The Gold price increased by +6.8% in February, adding +0.29% to the fund’s return for the month.
2/ Newcrest Mining Limited – As it was in January the Australian gold mining company has registered the second strongest contribution to the fund’s performance in February. Buoyed by the rising gold price, Newcrest’s share price increased by +17.5% during the month, thus adding +0.14% to the fund’s February return.
3/ Total SA. – The French oil giant was the third best contributor to the fund’s performance in February. Total’s shares gained +11.1%, adding +0.14% to the fund’s return during the month.
* The worst performing equities for the month were:
1/ Comcast Corporation Class A Special – The US media company was the worst contributor to the fund’s performance in February. Comcast’s stock price declined -4.7% over the period after announcing its intention to acquire the Time Warner Company for new shares valued at 45bn USD, decreasing the fund’s value by -0.07% during February.
2/ NKSJ Holdings – The Japanese property & casualty insurance company registered the second worst contributing return during February. NKSJ’s stock price declined by -5.2% during the month, decreasing the fund’s value by -0.04%.
3/ Mitsubishi Estate Company – The Japanese real estate company was the third worst contributor to performance in February. Mitsubishi Estate’s shares declined -5.6% during the month, contributing a negative -0.03% to the total return of the fund.
* Materials were the top performing sector with a 1.39% gain and Utilities was the worst sector with a 0.06% contribution to return.
GEOGRAPHICAL BREAKDOWN Data as of 28 February 2014
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This funds aims to provide investors with capital growth through a dynamic diversification of its investments in all asset classes: stocks, bonds, securities linked to gold and money market securities. The fund is managed using a broadly-diversified allocation and focuses on undervalued assets to achieve its objective.
The fund’s performances appearing in this document are the ones by default of the capitalisation class.
Distr. share : 02 December 2010
Acc. share : 02 December 2010
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