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Détail d'un fonds
BL Bond Emerging Markets Dollar
Data as of 13/01/2021
Average annual performance since launch 3,10 %
Performance as at 13/01/2021
|Since 01/01/2021||-0,70 %|
|Over the last 12 months||4,14 %|
|Over 3 years||10,18 %|
|Since launch||17,09 %|
|Panama 1999 9.375% 01-04-2029||3,62 %|
|Poland 2016 3.25% 06-04-2026||3,14 %|
|Uruguay 2003 7.875% 15-01-2033||2,93 %|
|Morocco 2012 5.5% 11-12-2042||2,87 %|
|Peru 2007 6.55% 14-03-2037||2,80 %|
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 - 3rd Quarter 2020Emerging market debt gained nearly 2.32% in dollars in the third quarter of 2020 according to the JP Morgan Euro EMBI Global Diversified index. The yield spread narrowed by nearly 42 basis points to 432 basis points at the end of the quarter. Within the asset class, 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. The Federal Reserve's extraordinary monetary easing gives emerging market central banks some leeway. In their turn, they are adopting various accommodative measures, including quantitative easing. The markets are reacting favourably. However, monetary stimulus will not be enough for some countries. The weakest emerging market economies will be the most affected. Undiversified oil-exporting economies are already announcing payment defaults (e.g. Ecuador). Ecuador and Argentina completed a debt restructuring in August.
|Net Asset Value|
|Calculated||Every business day|
|NAV class B capitalisation shares (13/01/2021)||116,97 USD|
|NAV class A distribution shares (13/01/2021)||96,51 USD|
|Latest dividend||6,46 USD|
|Date of last dividend payment||07/02/2020|
|CODES||ISIN capitalisation code : LU1305479401 |
ISIN distribution code : LU1305479310
WKN capitalisation code : A1421D
WKN distribution code : A1421C
|Net assets (million)||53,46 USD|
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