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Value as of 29 July 2014
Net assets (in M)
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Last coupon paid on 05/30/2014
NAV in EUR as of 07/15/2014 to 07/29/2014
Net assets (in M)
* The top performing equities for the month were:
1/ Db Physical Gold ETC – The gold price tracking ETC was the top contributor to the fund’s performance in June. The gold price increased +6.0% in June, thus increasing the fund’s value by +0.23% during the month.
2/ Intel Corporation – The American semiconductor chip maker company registered the second strongest contribution to the fund’s performance in June. Intel’s share price jumped by +13.1%, fueled by an improved sales forecast as companies start spending more to upgrade their aging computer systems. The share price increase added +0.19% to the fund’s June return.
3/ Goldcorp Inc. – One of the leading gold producers was the third best contributor to the fund’s performance in June. Following the gold price upwards, Goldcorp Inc.’s share price gained +16.7%, adding +0.16% to the fund’s return during the month.
* The worst performing equities for the month were:
1/ Bouygues SA – Bouygues SA with operations in construction, real estate, media and telecommunications was the worst contributor to the fund’s performance in June. Following the plan to slash more than 15% of its 9,000 strong workforce to adapt to a changing competitive environment, Bouygues’ share price declined by -10.76% in June, thus decreasing the fund’s value by -0.11% during the month.
2/ Oracle Corporation – The American computer technology company registered the second worst contributing return during June. Following disappointing figures in the cloud computing business, Oracle’s stock price declined by -3.55% during the month, decreasing the fund’s value by -0.07%.
3/ CRH Plc – The Irish diversified building materials company was the third worst contributor to performance in June. CRH Plc’s shares declined by -8.31% during the month, contributing a negative -0.03% to the total return of the fund.
* Materials was the top performing sector with 0.81% and Industrials was the worst with -0.08% contribution to return.
GEOGRAPHICAL BREAKDOWN Data as of 30 June 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.
UK retail investors will not have any protection under the UK Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS).
Distr. share : 02 December 2010
Acc. share : 02 December 2010
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