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Goldman Sachs Asset Management GS Global High Yield Portfolio
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Globalfonder 142,22 SEK 6,47 % ej betygsatt Jämför Köp
 

Utveckling och avkastning

  • 6,47%
    i år
  • 0,34%
    1 vecka
  • 0,70%
    1 mån
  • 6,30%
    3 mån
  • -0,04 %
    6 mån
  • 1,03%
    1 år
  • -
    3 år
  • -
    5 år
  • -
    10 år
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Placeringsinriktning

The Portfolio seeks to provide income and capital growth over the longer term. The Portfolio will mostly invest in below investment grade fixed income securities of North American and European companies. Such companies are either based in or earn most of their profits or revenues from North America and/or Europe. The Portfolio may also invest in below investment grade fixed income securities of companies which are based anywhere in the world. The Portfolio will not invest more than one-third of its assets in other securities and instruments. Additionally, it will not invest more than 25% in convertibles (securities that can be converted into other types of securities). These convertibles may include contingent convertible bonds (“CoCos”) of banks, finance and insurance companies which have a particular risk profile as set out below. The Portfolio may invest up to one-tenth of its assets in equity or equity related securities. The Portfolio uses derivatives as part of its investment policy to gain exposure to, interest rates, credit and/or currencies in order to seek to increase return, to leverage the Portfolio and to hedge against certain risks. A significant proportion of the Portfolio's exposure may be generated through the use of derivatives. A derivative instrument is a contract between two or more parties whose value depends on the rise and fall of the underlying asset.

Fondens startår: 2010-11-10 Fondens Bolag: Goldman Sachs Asset Management FondStorlek: 26,55 milj SEK