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Funds & Fund Managers

All calculations in EUR, unless stated
over :
 Average Manager Total Return : -1.9% (30 June 2017 - 30 June 2018)
Total Return
1 of 16

2.0%

2 of 16

-0.2%

2 of 16

-0.2%

2 of 16

-0.2%

2 of 16

-0.2%

6 of 16

-1.2%

6 of 16

-1.2%

6 of 16

-1.2%

9 of 16

-2.4%

9 of 16

-2.4%

11 of 16

-3.8%

11 of 16

-3.8%

11 of 16

-3.8%

14 of 16

-4.0%

15 of 16

-6.0%

15 of 16

-6.0%

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Performance is for the period shown (month end to month end, bid/bid, gross income reinvested, calculated in the currency and currencies indicated). Portions of the information contained on this page was derived by Citywire Financial Publishers Ltd using content supplied by Lipper, A Reuters Company.

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