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Ambitious goals from Loomis
Carnegie Småbolagsfond

Ambitious goals from Loomis

Confectionary company Cloetta has delivered some disappointments lately. The bright spots are in very different sectors. Carnegie Småbolagsfond rose 1.4 percent in September, a month characterised by strong macro statistics....

Viktor Henriksson 9 October 2017
Fission fever
Carnegie Sverigefond

Fission fever

Autoliv is demerging into two, as is Atlas Copco. Is Volvo next? There are plenty of indications. A three-month slide abruptly reversed, and the Stockholm exchange rose sharply in one...

Simon Blecher 6 October 2017
Diamond sale strengthens Lucara
Carnegie Afrikafond

Diamond sale strengthens Lucara

The South African market fell in September, mainly due to a slide in interest-rate-sensitive stocks. The banking sector was particularly hit, and this impacted the fund. The rand has weakened...

Karin Fries 5 October 2017
Excessive slides for our construction stocks
Carnegie Strategifond

Excessive slides for our construction stocks

There is a clear risk of a correction in the Swedish housing market. We therefore prefer companies with operations abroad and in infrastructure. After relatively weak summer months for the...

John Strömgren 5 October 2017
Sounding like a broken record?
Carnegie Corporate Bond

Sounding like a broken record?

September was another eventful month in terms of geopolitical tensions, although these had little or no implication for the financial markets. The focus remains on central banks. US long-term interest...

Niklas Edman 4 October 2017
Geopolitical concerns are not a worry
Carnegie Emerging Markets Corporate Bond

Geopolitical concerns are not a worry

The US central bank is entering a new phase and will start to slim its balance sheet in October. This will take place gradually, and the Fed will initially allow...

Mikael Engvall 4 October 2017
Scares from North Korea and higher oil prices
Carnegie Asia

Scares from North Korea and higher oil prices

The Asian markets initially rose in September and then fall back to close the month unchanged. The fund rose 2.4 percent this month due to a stronger dollar. Asia has...

Gunnar Påhlson 4 October 2017
Prime minister Modi slips the clutch
Carnegie Indienfond

Prime minister Modi slips the clutch

The Indian market moved sideways in September and funds were essentially unchanged. India is one of the best stock markets so far this year, with a gain of 18 percent,...

Gunnar Påhlson 4 October 2017
Higher Russian dividends
Carnegie Rysslandsfond

Higher Russian dividends

Oil prices strengthened significantly in September. Hurricanes in the United States and increased confidence that OPEC’s production limits are actually working led to greater buoyancy in oil markets. In dollars...

Fredrik Colliander 4 October 2017
Excessive slides for our construction stocks
Carnegie Strategy Fund

Excessive slides for our construction stocks

There is a clear risk of a correction in the Swedish housing market. We therefore prefer companies with operations abroad and in infrastructure. After relatively weak summer months for the...

John Strömgren 2 October 2017