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Minimum investment: 3,000,000 EUR
ISIN:
LU1714355283
As at:
17/01/2020
Bid:
95.35 EUR
Offer:
95.35 EUR

Monthly Commentary

With few exceptions the international stock markets gained in December. But the bond markets were under pressure reflected by the yields on high-quality 10-year government bonds. Their yield rose from -0.36% to -0.19% in Germany and from 1.81% to 1.92% in the USA. A key factor of the rising equity markets was the "Phase One" trade agreement that the USA and China have agreed on and which is to be signed in mid-January. It will result in China's increasing imports of US agricultural products and the US waiving various previously announced import tariffs. In Europe market participants also reacted positively to the Conservative victory in the British general election. In Germany the ifo business climate index improved again but various German and European economic indicators continued to disappoint. In this market environment the DJE - Concept rose 1.35% and the benchmark index (75% MSCI World, 25% REX 1 year Performance Index) increased #i#2019,12,30. In December almost all sectors of the global stock market developed positively. Only the media, telecommunications, automotive and industrial sectors suffered price losses in the month under review. The sectors basic materials, oil & gas, technology and utilities achieved the highest price gains. The fund's performance was boosted primarily by positions of the sectors technology, basic materials and telecommunication. The fund outperformed the index mainly due to its overweight of the basic materials sector. Viewing individual stocks particularly pleasing individual contributions came from the semiconductor manufacturer Taiwan Semiconductor, the Chinese IT group Alibaba, the US hardware and software developer Apple and the Swedish plastics group Trelleborg. On the other hand investments in the cyclical consumer goods sector had a negative impact on the fund's overall performance. At the level of individual stocks, the tourism group TUI, with dual headquarters in Hanover and Berlin, Deutsche Lufthansa, the Munich car and motorcycle manufacturer BMW and the Stuttgart car and commercial vehicle manufacturer Daimler performed particularly disappointing. During the month the fund management increased its investments in the sectors technology, industry and finance. However reduced were positions in the sectors chemicals, travel & leisure and construction & materials. Regionally mainly US and Japanese stocks were bought while German and French positions were reduced. Because of these adjustments the equity quota rose from 89.79% to 91.18% at the end of December. At the end of the month securities denominated in US and Hong Kong dollars were almost completely hedged against currency risks.

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