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OBSR rates First State Global Listed Infrastructure fund

Old Broad Street Research (OBSR) announce new ratings.

By Jonathan Boyd, Editor-in-chief, Financial Express
Friday May 07, 2010

Ratings agency OBSR has given a new 'A' rating to the First State Global Listed Infrastructure fund.

OBSR says the new rating reflects its belief that the fund will continue to deliver attractive relative performance against its aim of beating the UBS Global Infrastructure & Utilities 50-50 index.
Another six previously unrated funds have received a new rating, while three funds have seen their existing rating changed – the Invesco Euro Corporate Bond, Templeton Emerging Markets Bond and Investec GSF Global Equity.

Name Prior Rating
New Rating
Effective Date
Templeton Global Total Return
 Unrated  A  30.4.2010  New  Luxembourg
Investec GSF Global Gold
 Unrated  A  30.4.2010  New  Luxembourg
Investec GSF Markets Debt
 Unrated  A  30.4.2010  New  Luxembourg
First State Global Listed Infrastructure
 Unrated  A  30.4.2010  New  UK
Fidelity Funds Global Telecommunications  Unrated  A  30.4.2010  New  Luxembourg
AEGON High Yield Global Bond  Unrated  A  30.4.2010  New  Ireland
AEGON Investment Grade Global Bond
 Unrated  A  30.4.2010  New  Ireland
Invesco Euro Corporate Bond  A  AA  30.4.2010  Upgrade  Luxembourg
Templeton Emerging Market Bond  A  AA  30.4.2010  Upgrade  Luxembourg
Investec GSF Global Equity  AA  A  30.4.2010  Downgrade  Luxembourg

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