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ALPHA ΕΛΛΗΝΙΚΩΝ ΕΤΑΙΡΙΚΩΝ ΟΜΟΛΟΓΩΝ Classic (GRF000205002) Αρ. Εγκρ. Ε.Κ. 114/30.6.1992 Φ.Ε.Κ. 468/17.07.1992
Περιγραφή Α/Κ Χαρτοφυλάκιο και Αποδόσεις Ενημερωτικά Δελτία 3μηνιαίο δελτίο
Portfolio Breakdown

Government Bonds 32,7%
Corporate Bonds 65,6%
Cash 1,7%
TOP HOLDINGS  30/6/2018 
ELPEGA 4 7/8 10/14/21  8.8% 
PPCGA 5 1/2 05/01/19  7.5% 
GGB 3 3/4 01/30/28  7.4% 
MOHGA 3 1/4 04/01/22  6.9% 
CORAL 3 05/11/23  6.0% 
SUB ASSET CLASSES
GOVERNMENT 32,7%
UTILITIES 16,9%
INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS 10,9%
CONSUMER, CYCLICAL 8,9%
ENERGY 8,8%
  Cumulative Return
PERIOD Benchmark M/F*
1yr (30/06/17-29/06/18) 5,46% 4,0%
3yrs (30/06/2015-29/06/18) 59,51% 51,60%
5yrs (28/06/2013-29/06/18)
* Calculations based on net unit price
Quarter Review
During the 2nd quarter of 2018 the prices of Greek Corporate bonds dropped. The yield-to-maturity of the 10-year bond dropped to 3.96% from 4.32%. The spread of the yield-to-maturity of the 10-year bond against its German equivalent decreased by 16 bps to 366 bps. The Follie Follie Group issue has created uncertainty and turmoil in the Greek financial markets and has reduced investors' interest in Greek corporate bonds. The rating agency S&P upgraded Greece's credit rating to B+ from B and the Greek Banks Alpha Bank, Eurobank, National Bank and Piraeus Bank to B-/B from CCC+/C, maintaining a stable outlook. At the Eurogroup on June 21, Finance Ministers reached an agreement on Greek debt relief measures, ensuring by this way its medium term sustainability. These measures concern the extension of the grace period for EFSF loans and the extension of their average maturity by 10 years, the abolition by 2018 of the step-up interest rate on the loans of the second Greek program and the gradual return of central banks’ profits from Greek government bonds (ANFA/SMP) to Greece. In addition, the Eurogroup determined the post-August supervisory framework, the fifth and last tranche to be received by Greece (€15bn), as well as the target for the primary surplus (2.2% of GDP for the period 2023-2060). The European Central Bank (ECB) published the results of the stress test exercise for the four Greek systemic banks. In the worst case scenario, the total capital loss for the four banks amounts to €15.5 billion.
ΟΙ Ο.Σ.Ε.Κ.Α. ΔΕΝ ΕΧΟΥΝ ΕΓΓΥΗΜΕΝΗ ΑΠΟΔΟΣΗ ΚΑΙ ΟΙ ΠΡΟΗΓΟΥΜΕΝΕΣ ΑΠΟΔΟΣΕΙΣ ΔΕΝ ΔΙΑΣΦΑΛΙΖΟΥΝ ΤΙΣ ΜΕΛΛΟΝΤΙΚΕΣ