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Money Market Fund

Money Market Fund USD

Unit price

105.14

Currency

USD

1 week

0.00%

1 month

-0.01%

Valuation date

26 Nov 2020

Overview

The fund aims to achieve a return in line with USD money market rates by assuming a relatively low level of risk. The primary objective is to provide a high level of capital protection by investing primarily in cash deposits of highly-ranked banking institutions. The fund may also invest a proportion of its assets in short-dated investment grade bonds and other money market instruments. The fund is denominated in USD.


  • do not necessarily have knowledge and experience in investing in financial markets
  • are looking for capital preservation and investment security
  • are not comfortable with fluctuations in the value of their investment
  • have a short-term investment horizon

Performance

 

Total Performance %1 month3 months6 monthsYTD1 year3 years5 years
USD-0.01-0.030.020.40.534.53 
EUR-0.78-0.99-8.42-5.66-7.153.9 
SEK-3.04-3.08-11.95-8.75-11.277.09 
Annual performance %2019201820172016201520142013
USD2.111.840.79-0.07
SEK6.3711.45-9.137.98
EUR4.147.04-11.637.16

Key Facts

Swedish fund name

Penningmarknadsfond USD

Category

Money Market Fund

Trade currency

USD

Base currency

USD

Risk level

1

Fund start date

08/02/2016

Initial unit price

100 USD / 88.0874 EUR

Minimum payment amount

-

Fund manager

Ancoria Insurance Public Ltd

Trade

Daily

Surrender

Within 10 days

Management fee

0.25 %

Portfolio

Last updated: : 30/10/2020

Risk information

Investment return and principal value may go down as well as up and could result in a significant loss of the capital invested. Past performance should not be used as an indication or guarantee of future performance. Movements in currency exchange rates can adversely affect the return of the fund. Investments in emerging markets may be subject to increased political, regulatory and economic instability, less developed practices, poor transparency and greater financial risks.