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EdR Fund Euro Long Duration Govt Bonds Government bonds

Government bonds
Change in NAV (24/04/2017)
303.21 EUR
François  RAYNAUD–LU1160371818–
François RAYNAUD
Eliezer BENZIMRA–LU1160371818–
Eliezer BENZIMRA
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Risk and reward profile (1)
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Recommended holding period
> 5 years
303.21 EUR
Change in NAV (24/04/2017)
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Risk and reward profile
> 5 years
Recommended holding period
Change in NAV (24/04/2017)
303.21 EUR
Risk and reward profile
1234567
Recommended holding period
> 5 years
François RAYNAUD  
Eliezer BENZIMRA  
The identity of the managers presented in this document may change during the life of the product.
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Investment objective

The objective is to outperform the Barclays Euro Treasury AA-AAA 10+Yr Index on the recommended investment period.

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Commentary 31/03/2017

March saw government bond rates in core European countries coming under pressure, driven by positive economic indicators and a decline in political risk. In the run-up to the French elections, political risk had already triggered a drop in German interest rates earlier. This was due to German debt, identified as the least risky investment in Europe, serving as a safe haven when the market priced in the risk of populist parties succeeding in the elections. But the reassuring result of the Dutch elections on top of Macron's progress in the French polls implying a better chance him beating Le Pen then soothed market concerns, and allowed German rates to go up again. As a result, the spreads on government bonds relative to Germany's have narrowed in most countries. Meanwhile, Greece has also benefited from positive developments in negotiations with its creditors. The short-term segment of the German yield curve has also been narrowed by very strong economic indicators. In particular, confidence indices have continued to rise. Given this on top of February's still clearly rising inflation, the market began to speculate on a possible change in tone by the ECB, which could well find reasons to adopt less accommodative monetary policy by the year end. The last TLTRO was accordingly very successful. It underscores the banks' appetite for this type of measure and, above all, the fact that they are preparing for less in the future. US bond rates were more or less steady over the month, while the Federal Reserve raised its key interest rates once again. This monetary tightening was fully anticipated by the market, and speeches by US central bankers are preparing the yield curve for a very gradual rise in interest rates over the next two years. Given this context, driven by strong shifts in government bond rates, corporate credit spreads have shown little volatility, and have even narrowed slightly. Emerging debt has continued to outperform the other asset classes.

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Performance

Performance B-EUR Cumulative performance Annualised performance
Since 01/01/2017 -1.22 %  
1 Year 0.30 % 0.29 %
3 Year 23.41 % 7.26 %
5 year 42.28 % 7.30 %
Since inception 101.33 % 5.77 %
Performance B-EUR Since 01/01/2017 1 Year 3 Year 5 year Since inception
Cumulative performance -1.22 % 0.30 % 23.41 % 42.28 % 101.33 %
Annualised performance 0.29 % 7.26 % 7.30 % 5.77 %


Statistics

VolatilityTracking ErrorCorrelation coefficientInformation ratioSharpe ratio
1 Year3 Year 1 Year3 Year 1 Year3 Year 1 Year3 Year 1 Year3 Year
Share class B-EUR8.62 %11.20 %3.26 %3.77 %0.96 %0.94 %0.05 %-0.40 %-0.37 %0.73 %
Benchmark10.36 %11.59 %
Max. monthly lossMax. monthly gainAlphaBeta
Since inceptionSince inception1 Year3 Year 1 Year3 Year
Share class B-EUR-8.13 %9.00 %-0.01 %-0.06 %0.80 %0.91 %
Benchmark
Share class B-EUR
Benchmark
1 Year 3 Year 1 Year 3 Year
Volatility 8.62 % 11.20 % 10.36 % 11.59 %
Tracking Error 3.26 % 3.77 %
Sharpe ratio -0.37 % 0.73 %
Alpha -0.01 % -0.06 %
Correlation coefficient 0.96 % 0.94 %
Information ratio 0.05 % -0.40 %
Max. monthly loss -8.13 %
Max. monthly gain 9.00 %
Beta 0.80 % 0.91 %

Fund information

Inception Date (Fund)
27/02/1991
Inception Date (Part)
03/11/2004
Legal form
SICAV
Benchmark
BarCap Euro Treasury AAA-AA 10
Y (EUR)
Currency (fund)
EUR
Currency (share class)
EUR
Distribution Policy
Distribution
Valuation frequency
Daily
Minimum initial investment
1 Share
ISIN Code
LU1160371818
AuM (fund)
29 M (EUR)
Regulatory authority
CSSF
EU Regulation
UCITS
Management company
Edmond de Rothschild Asset Management (Luxembourg)
Delegated Management Company
Edmond de Rothschild Asset Management (France)
Incorporation
Luxembourg
Maximum management fee
0,600 %
Current management fee
0.600 %
Subscription and redemption conditions
Daily before 12.30 am C.E.T. on day's net asset value
Subscription fee
3.00 % max

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(1) The rating grades the funds on a scale from 1 to 7. This rating system is based on the average fluctuations of the net asset value over the past five years. It corresponds to the variation range of the portfolio upwards and downwards. If the net asset value is less than 5 years old, the rating is determined by other regulatory calculation methods. Historical data such as those used to calculate the rating may not be a reliable indication of the future risk profile. The current category is neither a guarantee nor an objective. Category 1 does not signify a risk-free investment.

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