ERSTE BOND DANUBIA

Bond fund with a focus on Central and Eastern Europe
ISIN: AT0000639398  

 
Performance goal and investment strategy
The <> fund focuses its investments on government bonds from Central and Eastern Europe EU member states such as Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic, but it also invests in the securities of other issuers from that region. We take a broad view on convergence and include Turkey and the former Soviet Republics in the investment universe. In addition to bonds in local currency the fund also invests in hard currency issues (euros, US dollars hedged against the euro). Depending on the market environment, temporary currency hedges are made against the euro. The fund is suitable for investors who wish to achieve regular income and capital appreciation from convergence.
 
Performance (2019/11/29)
Period
YTD
6m
1Y
(% p a)
3Y
(% p a)
5Y
(% p a)
10Y
(% p a)
since inc.
(% p a)
Perf 6.75 - 6.58 -0.70 -1.18 3.12 2.62
Annual performance in % (2019/11/29)
Period 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018
Perf 7.98 -1.42 -0.10 -3.71 -5.04
Statistical figures (-)
Average time to maturity6.88
Average Yield2.44
Duration in years5.69
Modified duration5.59
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Minimum & maximum performance in % p.a. (2019/11/29)
1Y
40.86
-21.74
3Y
16.15
-5.19
5Y
12.01
-0.74
10Y
9.62
1.52
 
 
Disclaimer
Full names of open Mutual funds are given in the fund statutes (prospectuses). Pursuant to rules applicable to collective investment, the manager informs that neither the current or expected performance will guarantee the future performance. Investment in investment certificates contains the risk that the current value of amount invested and yields on the amount will fluctuate; thus return on the amount invested is not guaranteed. All information provided herein is of informative nature only and it should not substitute the statute (prospectus) or give its overall summary. Before using this website/information for investment, you should consult consultants of Česká spořitelna. If any yield is mentioned in the reference material, you should always bear in mind that past yields will not guarantee future yields, that any investment is subject to the risk of value fluctuations and change of exchange rates, and that return on the amount invested or profit margin cannot be guaranteed.