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Fidelity UK Long Corporate Bond Pensions

3 FE Trustnet

Underlying Fund

FE Crown Rating ( Underlying )

Fund Objective ( Underlying )

The Fund aims to provide income and capital growth. It invests primarily in non-government bonds at least half of which will have a remaining maturity of least 10 years.

Fund Manager ( Underlying )

Ian Fishwick

Domicile

Sector

Currency

Primary Asset Class

Fund Size

GBP 15.00m as at 30-Jun-2015

Unit Name

Fidelity UK Long Corporate Bond Pensions C8

Inc/Acc

Accumulating 

Citicode

E173

Initial Charge

n/a

Unit Currency

GBX 

ISIN

GB00B1D73P07 

Annual Charge

0.35%

Mid

GBX 188.20

Change (Mid)

-1.20 (-0.64%)
27-Aug-2015

Unit LaunchDate

10-Mar-2005

Unit Name

Fidelity UK Long Corporate Bond Pensions C4

Inc/Acc

Accumulating 

Citicode

F131

Initial Charge

n/a

Unit Currency

GBX 

ISIN

GB00B06C7191 

Annual Charge

0.35%

Mid

GBX 202.50

Change (Mid)

-1.40 (-0.69%)
27-Aug-2015

Unit LaunchDate

10-Mar-2005

Unit Name

Fidelity UK Long Corporate Bond Pensions C12

Inc/Acc

Accumulating 

Citicode

K6WI

Initial Charge

0.00%

Unit Currency

GBX 

ISIN

GB00BKGRQP12 

Annual Charge

0.67%

Mid

GBX 226.60

Change (Mid)

-1.50 (-0.66%)
27-Aug-2015

Unit LaunchDate

20-Mar-2014

Performance Overview

Performance Charts

Cumulative Performance

  YTD 3m 6m 1y 3y 5y
Fund -0.64 -1.79 -3.06 5.09 22.43 48.35
Sector -0.37 -0.44 -2.10 7.21 16.76 38.26

Discrete Performance (%)

  2014 2013 2012 2011 2010
Fund 17.60 0.81 15.91 12.09 11.18
Sector 19.93 -3.49 8.20 15.97 7.96

Asset Allocation ( Underlying )

breakdown chart
  Asset Class % of Fund
UK Fixed Interest 45.05
US Fixed Interest 23.05
French Fixed Interest 10.23
Global Fixed Interest 5.24
American Emerging Fixed Interest 3.94
Europe ex UK Fixed Interest 2.69
Swiss Fixed Interest 1.90
German Fixed Interest 1.81
Middle East & African Fixed Interest 1.63
Japanese Fixed Interest 1.30
Asia Pacific ex Japan Fixed Interest 0.83
Asia Pacific Fixed Interest 0.81
Money Market 0.65
Scandinavian Fixed Interest 0.49
European Fixed Interest 0.38

Regional Breakdown ( Underlying )

breakdown chart
  Region % of Fund
UK 45.05
USA 23.05
France 10.23
Latin America 3.94
FX / Derivative P&L 3.63
Benelux 2.69
Switzerland 1.90
Germany 1.81
Middle East/ Africa 1.63
International 1.61
Japan 1.30
Asia Pacific ex Japan 0.83
Australasia 0.81
Money Market 0.65
Scandinavia 0.49
Europe 0.38

Sector Breakdown ( Underlying )

breakdown chart
  Sector % of Fund
Banks & Brokers 16.33
ABS / MBS 11.97
Utilities 11.82
Insurance 8.78
Non-Cyclical Consumer Goods 6.77
Quasi / Sov / Supra / Agncy 5.66
Communications 5.42
Covered 4.90
Other Financial 4.86
Technology 4.42
FX / Derivative P&L 3.63
Transportation 3.25
Cyclical Consumer Goods 2.51
Energy 2.39
Treasury 2.24
Basic Industries 2.21
Capital Goods 1.17
Property 1.02
Money Market 0.65
 

All prices in Pence Sterling (GBX) unless otherwise specified. Price performance figures are calculated on a bid price to bid price basis with net income (dividends) reinvested. Performance figures are shown in Sterling.

 
 
 
 
 
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