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Value as of 31 March 2015
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Last coupon paid on 02/27/2015
NAV in EUR as of 03/18/2015 to 03/31/2015
Net assets (in M)
* The top performing equities for the month were:
1/ Comcast Corp. – The American mass media company and largest broadcasting and cable company in the world by revenue was the top contributor to the fund’s performance in February. Comcast’s stock price jumped by +11.4% following accommodative announcements by the U.S. Federal Communications Commission’s Chairman. The share price increase added +0.20% to the fund’s February return.
2/ Microsoft Corp. – The world’s largest software maker registered the second strongest contribution to the fund’s performance in February. Mircosoft’s stock price increased by +8.5% in February, rebounding after its sharp drop in January due to disappointing earnings figures, adding +0.18% to the fund’s return for the month.
3/ Fanuc Corp. – The global leader in industrial robots, robotics and computer numerical control systems was the third best contributor to the fund’s performance in February. Fanuc gained +6.3% during the month after billionaire and hedge fund activist Daniel Loeb made an unspecified investment in it and called for the company to launch a share buyback, adding +15.4% to the fund’s return for February.
* The worst performing equities for the month were:
1/ DB Physical Gold ETC – The gold price tracking ETC issued by Deutsche Bank was the worst contributor in February. Physical gold declined by -4.9% during the month as market sentiment increased on Eurozone QE, easing Greek debt negotiations and decreasing tensions in Ukraine. The price decrease contributed a negative -0.12% to the total return of the fund.
2/ ETFS Physical Gold – The gold price tracking ETC issued by ETFS Metal Securities was the second worst contributor to performance in February. As mentioned above physical gold declined by -4.9% during the month, contributing a negative -0.10% to the total return of the fund.
3/ Gold Fields Limited – The South African gold mining company registered the third worst contributing return during February. Gold Field’s stock price dropped –21.2% during the month after announcing that its 2015 plans for its South Deep mine won’t be achieved due to a skills deficit and problems with underground infrastructure, thus decreasing the fund’s value by -0.08%.
Financials was the top performing sector with +0.80% and Telecommunication Services was the worst with -0.04% contribution to return.
GEOGRAPHICAL BREAKDOWN Data as of 28 February 2015
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