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Minimum investment: 75,000 EUR
As at:
187.16 EUR
187.16 EUR

Monthly Commentary

The stock markets made good progress in June. The good performance was mainly due to the recovery of key leading indicators. The stock markets also received support from the central banks. The ECB increased the volume of its bond purchase program by EUR 600 billion to EUR 1,350 billion and the US Federal Reserve signaled that it would leave key interest rates at 0% until at least 2022. On the other hand, "hard" economic data (such as new orders, industrial production and exports) fell sharply in Europe or rose only moderately in the US and China. The Corona pandemic also weighed on investor sentiment as new infections increased again, especially in the USA. The bond markets largely moved sideways in June. The yield on 10-year German government bonds fell slightly from -0.40% to -0.45%, while their US counterparts remained almost stable at 0.66% after an interim increase. At -0.45%, the yield on 10-year German government bonds was 5 basis points lower than previous month. The yield on their Italian counterparts narrowed by 23 basis points to 1.26%. The yield on the corresponding US treasuries, on the other hand, remained almost stable at 0.66% after a temporary increase. Despite the impact of the corona crisis corporate paper performed well on both sides of the Atlantic in June: yields on high-quality corporate bonds in Europe narrowed by 25 basis points to 0.89% and the corresponding yields in the USA fell by 24 basis points to 2.15%. Yields for high yield corporate bonds in Europe fell significantly by 96 basis points to 5.38%, while their US counterparts remained stable at 6.87%. In this market environment the DJE - Renten Global declined slightly -0.17%. Its benchmark index (65% BofA Merrill Lynch 3-5 Year AA, 30% JPM GBI Global Unhedged in EUR and 5% REX 1 Year Performance Index) rose slightly 0.31%. In June the fund benefited mainly from the recovery in corporate bonds - both investment grade and high yield - and the sharp fall in yields on high-quality Italian government bonds. The slightly negative performance is due to the foreign currency exposure that was only partially hedged in June. The fund management increased the share of corporate bonds in the still stronger new issue market and a heavily overbought secondary market: During the month it subscribed to selected corporate bonds with medium terms and attractive interest rates compared to the corporate securities currently traded on the bond market (secondary market). The fund's bond allocation fell to 80.96% from 82.98% i previous month. The proportion of public-sector paper fell slightly from 50.57% to 49.14%. The modified duration fell from 3.50% to 2.46%. At the end of the month US treasuries were hedged against price losses due to the current higher risk appetite of investors.

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