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BL Bond Emerging Markets Dollar
Data as of 21/02/2020
Average annual performance since launch 3,13 %
Performance as at 21/02/2020
|Since 01/01/2020||1,71 %|
|Over the last 12 months||7,85 %|
|Over 3 years||9,74 %|
|Since launch||14,03 %|
|Panama 1999 9.375% 01-04-2029 9,38 01/04/2029||3,82 %|
|Mexico Tranche 25 2012 3.625% 15-03-2022 3,62 15/03/2022||3,04 %|
|Uruguay 2003 7.875% 15-01-2033 7,88 15/01/2033||3,01 %|
|Ghana 2013 7.875% 07-08-2023 7,88 07/08/2023||2,70 %|
|Indonesia Global Series 13 Tranche 1 2015 4.125% 15-01-2025 4,12 15/01/2025||2,52 %|
Investment objective and policyThe fund invests in sovereign, quasi-sovereign and parastatal bonds of emerging countries. It also invests in bonds of industrialised countries and, to a lesser extent, in corporate bonds issued in emerging markets and industrialised countries. The fund is denominated in USD; investments are mainly in USD and local currencies. The fund's objective is to generate regular income.
Management report - 4th Quarter 2019In the fourth quarter of 2019, emerging market debt posted a gain of nearly 1.87% according to the JPMorgan Euro EMBI Global Diversified index. This gain coincides with the index spread narrowing by around 50 basis points to 290 basis points at the end of the quarter. After two consecutive quarters of monetary easing, the Federal Reserve extended its efforts with its third interest rate cut for 2019. This took the Federal Funds Target Rate (lower limit) from 1.75% to 1.50% at the end of October 2019. Emerging markets continued to benefit from global monetary easing. In the second half of the quarter, the global economy was bolstered by the advent of the first phase of an agreement between China and the United States and some favourable economic data. However, its growth was below potential at the end of the year. Some of the emerging markets are reaching the end of the economic cycle. The slight rebound of the global economy during the quarter heralds the end of the economic recovery in developed countries. As a result, although some emerging market countries are still benefiting from monetary or fiscal leeway to stimulate the economy (e.g. Russia, Peru and the Czech Republic), monetary easing decisions will mainly be conditioned by positive idiosyncratic economic data rather than a cut in US or Chinese interest rates. Without a clear macroeconomic trend, the central banks of emerging countries are left to their own devices to deal with the development of their economies. In 2020, the credibility and effectiveness of each central bank will play an important role in the improvement or deterioration of their country's economic fundamentals. This will lead to a divergence of values in the asset class. The increase in fruit and vegetable prices due to the drought in the 3rd and 4th quarters of 2019 is likely to have an impact on inflation levels. Rising inflation combined with negative current accounts could disrupt the economic cycle in some countries. The central banks of these countries will find themselves obliged to raise (or maintain) their interest rates despite the precarious state of their economy.
|Net Asset Value|
|Calculated||Every business day|
|NAV class B capitalisation shares (21/02/2020)||113,92 USD|
|NAV class A capitalisation shares (21/02/2020)||93,99 USD|
|Latest dividend||6,46 USD|
|Date of last dividend payment||07/02/2020|
|CODES||Internal capitalisation code : 29290609 |
Internal distribution code : 29290625
ISIN capitalisation code : LU1305479401
ISIN distribution code : LU1305479310
WKN capitalisation code : A1421D
WKN distribution code : A1421C
|Net assets (million)||51,58 USD|
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