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BL Global Bond Opportunities
Data as of 13/01/2021
Average annual performance since launch 4,21 %
Performance as at 13/01/2021
|Since 01/01/2021||-0,01 %|
|Over the last 12 months||0,92 %|
|Over 3 years||-0,66 %|
|Since launch||178,86 %|
|Breakdown by currency|
|Ireland Treasury Bond 2016 1% 15-05-2026||2,26 %|
|Ireland Treasury Bond 2014 3.4% 18-03-2024||1,92 %|
|Portugal Obrigacoes do Tesouro 2015 2.875% 15-10-2025||1,63 %|
|Portugal 2008 4.95% 25-10-2023||1,63 %|
|Merck + Co Inc 2016 1.375% 02-11-2036||1,61 %|
Investment objective and policyThe fund invests principally in bonds issued in the currencies of the leading industrialised countries (without the Yen). In addition, some 20% of the assets are invested in emerging market bonds. On average the compartment is invested by about ¾ in the euro zone and by about ¼ in the dollar zone. Its key objective is to achieve a regular income.
Management report - 3rd Quarter 2020Eurozone sovereign bond prices rallied in the third quarter. The JPMorgan GBI EMU Bond index posted positive performance of +1.72%. Periphery country bonds rose by 2.66% while the sub-index for the core eurozone countries (excluding periphery debt) gained 1.04% over the quarter. The German 10-year bond yield declined from -0.45% to -0.52% over the period. The context is an increase in Covid-19 infections confirming the advent of a second wave with local lockdowns being tightened (Spain, France, etc.). The mid-year upturn in activity is slowing. The latest inflation figures confirm that the European economy is falling into deflation with the eurozone's harmonised index for consumer prices coming in at -0.4% at 30 September. Unemployment figures continue to rise, at 11.5% for the region as a whole. In emerging markets, we are seeing divergences widen between countries. China is posting a clear rebound in industrial activity and this is boosting other economies in the region. However, in India, the worsening health situation is weighing on growth prospects. With the exception of Argentina and Turkey (Turkey's central bank raised interest rates by 2 percentage points to 10.25% on 24 September), inflation remains low in all emerging market countries, despite currency depreciation and the adoption of expansionary measures. In the short term, the central banks will continue to support the markets. Nevertheless, we expect a downward revision of fiscal spending unless the pandemic worsens significantly. In the medium term, the European economy should continue to recover.
|Net Asset Value|
|Calculated||Every business day|
|NAV class B capitalisation shares (13/01/2021)||691,26 EUR|
|NAV class A distribution shares (13/01/2021)||278,46 EUR|
|Latest dividend||5,73 EUR|
|Date of last dividend payment||07/02/2020|
|CODES||ISIN capitalisation code : LU0093569910 |
ISIN distribution code : LU0093569837
WKN capitalisation code : 921164
WKN distribution code : 937797
SICOVAM capitalisation code : 959302
SICOVAM distribution code : 989724
|Net assets (million)||355,91 EUR|
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