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ALPHA GLOBAL ALLOCATION ΜΙΚΤΟ Classic (GRF000212008) Αρ. Εγκρ. Ε.Κ. 17/657/20.4.2006 Φ.Ε.Κ. 634/Β/22.5.06
Περιγραφή Α/Κ Χαρτοφυλάκιο και Αποδόσεις Ενημερωτικά Δελτία 3μηνιαίο δελτίο
Portfolio Breakdown

Cash & Equivalents 1,4%
Treasury Bills 13,7%
Government Bonds 19,4%
Corporate Bonds 11,3%
Equities 49,2%
Equity ETF 1,1%
Commodity ETF 3,9%
TOP HOLDINGS  31/12/2017 
Apple Inc  4.1% 
Lyxor ETF Commodities CRB  3.9% 
Hellenic T-Bill 0 05/01/18  3.3% 
Hellenic T-Bill 0 10/04/18  3.2% 
Microsoft Corp  3.1% 
CURRENCY BREAKDOWN
EUR 57,9%
USD 33,3%
GBP 5,8%
CHF 3,0%
  Cumulative Return
PERIOD Benchmark M/F*
1yr (31/12/16-31/12/17) 2,56% 1,39%
3yrs (31/12/2014-31/12/17) 13,47% 11,52%
5yrs (31/12/2012-31/12/17) 36,60% 32,59%
* According to Capital Market Commission Rule
Data update on 5/2/2018
Quarter Review
Global equity markets rose significantly during the 3rd quarter of 2017 in local currency terms. The euro trade-weighted exchange rate rose further by 1.8% (Euro reached 2.5 year high vs the US Dollar during the quarter), limiting global equity markets returns in euro (S&P Global 100 equity index rose 1.0% in euro terms). Euro-denominated bonds rose 0.7% in euro terms (Bloomberg Barclays Euro Aggregate Index), helped by slightly lower core yields, while credit spreads were unchanged. The ECB kept interest rates unchanged but inched toward a slightly more hawkish stance. European stocks outperformed other major equity markets in USD terms due to solid local and global economic activity. Chancellor Angela Merkel won Germany’s election with a smaller share of the vote, facing complex coalition negotiations, while the country’s main far-right party, Alternative for Germany, posted a surprisingly strong result. President Trump agreed to a deal, initially proposed by the Democrats, that included a 3-month government spending extension and debt limit suspension. As expected, the Fed announced an end of its policy of fully reinvesting maturing securities as laid out in June. Commodity prices rose substantially during the 3rd quarter, led by crude oil and base metal prices on stronger than expected demand. Higher geopolitical risk, primarily due to North Korean provocations, did not manage to upset global capital markets.
ΟΙ Ο.Σ.Ε.Κ.Α. ΔΕΝ ΕΧΟΥΝ ΕΓΓΥΗΜΕΝΗ ΑΠΟΔΟΣΗ ΚΑΙ ΟΙ ΠΡΟΗΓΟΥΜΕΝΕΣ ΑΠΟΔΟΣΕΙΣ ΔΕΝ ΔΙΑΣΦΑΛΙΖΟΥΝ ΤΙΣ ΜΕΛΛΟΝΤΙΚΕΣ