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ALPHA SELECT ΝΟΤΙΟ-ΑΝΑΤΟΛΙΚΗΣ ΕΥΡΩΠΗΣ ΜΕΤΟΧΙΚΟ Classic (GRF000224003) Αρ. Εγκρ. Ε.Κ. 245/12.5.2005 Φ.Ε.Κ. 667/Β/18.5.05
Περιγραφή Α/Κ Χαρτοφυλάκιο και Αποδόσεις Ενημερωτικά Δελτία 3μηνιαίο δελτίο
Portfolio Breakdown

Energy 34,2%
Financials 23,8%
Materials 9,2%
Consumer Staples 8,6%
Industrials 7,2%
Telecommunication Services 4,4%
Consumer Discretionary 1,5%
Real Estate 1,1%
Information Technology 0,9%
Cash & Equivalents 9,0%
TOP HOLDINGS  30/3/2018 
OAO GAZPROM  8.8% 
SBERBANK-SPONSORED ADR  8.7% 
LUKOIL PJSC-SPON ADR  8.4% 
ROSNEFT OIL CO  4.7% 
GARANTI  4.6% 
REGION BREAKDOWN
RUSSIAN FEDERATION 52,2%
TURKEY 38,8%
  Cumulative Return
PERIOD Benchmark M/F*
1yr (31/03/17-30/03/18) 3,08% 0,72%
3yrs (31/03/2015-30/03/18) 4,26% 0,73%
5yrs (29/3/2013-30/03/18) -17,02% -19,32%
* Calculations based on net unit price
Data update on 19/4/2018
Quarter Review
During the first quarter, although initially managing to record new historical highs at the end of January (in Turkish Lira terms), the Turkish market reversed the positive course of previous months. During the quarter, the Turkish Lira lost 7% of its value against the Euro, with the stock market (XU030 Index) losing 1.4% in local currency terms (-8.7% in Euro). The general risk aversion that affected all global stock markets, weighed on Turkish assets as well, mainly due to concerns related to the possibility of "trade wars". At the same time, Turkey's military operations in Syrian territory have also increased the geopolitical risks. On the other hand, the Russian market was positive during the quarter (RDX Index + 6%), mainly driven by the upward trend in oil prices (Brent + 5%). Crude oil prices were bolstered by declining oil stocks and rising tensions between the U.S. and Iran. Global petroleum inventories have been falling largely as a result of strong demand for refined products and restrained supply largely due to OPEC’s commitment to crude production cuts. OPEC and 10 producers outside OPEC, including Russia, have been holding back crude output by around 1.8 million barrels a day since the start of last year. The deal is set to expire at the end of 2018, but Saudi Arabia has suggested it could continue into 2019. In the first quarter, the Fund's return was - 1.12% vs. -1.40% for the benchmark.
ΟΙ Ο.Σ.Ε.Κ.Α. ΔΕΝ ΕΧΟΥΝ ΕΓΓΥΗΜΕΝΗ ΑΠΟΔΟΣΗ ΚΑΙ ΟΙ ΠΡΟΗΓΟΥΜΕΝΕΣ ΑΠΟΔΟΣΕΙΣ ΔΕΝ ΔΙΑΣΦΑΛΙΖΟΥΝ ΤΙΣ ΜΕΛΛΟΝΤΙΚΕΣ