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Carnegie Fonder takes over global fund

Carnegie Fonder takes over global fund

Carnegie Fonder has reached an agreement with Pandium Capital AB to take over the Pandium Global equity fund and to employ its portfolio manager, Mikael Tarnawski-Berlin. “Mikael has demonstrated his...

Erik Amcoff 15 May 2018
Outlook May 2018: The importance of diversification

Outlook May 2018: The importance of diversification

The extended US sanctions against Russia in April caused the Moscow exchange to slide by around 15 percent in two days. This large market movement wiped out the strong performance...

Magnus Gustafsson 8 May 2018
Little Duni continues to deliver stable numbers
Carnegie Sverigefond

Little Duni continues to deliver stable numbers

Risk. Or, in financial jargon, “risk on” was the nature of the stock market in April 2018, particularly in Sweden as the economy pushed ahead and hundreds of companies presented...

Simon Blecher 8 May 2018
Bufab surprises and excels
Carnegie Småbolagsfond

Bufab surprises and excels

Carnegie Småbolagsfond returned 4,7% in April. Dometic was the fund’s best share in April, with a return of 13%. There were concerns ahead of the interim report that Easter and...

Viktor Henriksson 7 May 2018
Nobel prize returns

Nobel prize returns

The Stockholm stock exchange is phenomenal, and value investing is better. So what’s the problem? Well, lots of investors are far too impatient, according to new research. Suisse praise In...

Erik Amcoff 7 May 2018
Sustainable concepts for the long term

Sustainable concepts for the long term

Climate change, diminishing resources, migration and rapid technological transformation. The world is changing and companies have to keep up. Those that look to the long term when it comes to...

Erik Amcoff 7 May 2018
Asia lacking direction
Carnegie Asia

Asia lacking direction

Asian markets recovered in April and rose sharply. Carnegie Asia gained 4.8 percent, due in part to a stronger dollar. The Asian markets lacked a clear direction this month. A...

Gunnar Påhlson 3 May 2018
New green issue from Fabege
Carnegie Corporate Bond

New green issue from Fabege

April began with unease about trade disputes between the US and China, but overall there was greater calm after turbulent markets in both February and March. The credit market stabilised...

Niklas Edman 3 May 2018
Primary focus on secondary market
Carnegie High Yield Select

Primary focus on secondary market

April was a stronger month for risk assets overall than the previous two, although the geopolitical concerns remain in the background, including a trade war, relations with North Korea, the...

Niklas Edman 3 May 2018
Profits skyrocket at Indian banks
Carnegie Indienfond

Profits skyrocket at Indian banks

The Indian market was very strong in April. The fund rose 9.3 percent this month, to some extent due to stronger currency. As we reported earlier, negative macro news and...

Gunnar Påhlson 3 May 2018
Signs of a weaker economy
Carnegie Strategifond

Signs of a weaker economy

After a weak March, stock markets picked up in April. The fund rose 2.0 percent. Companies generally reported a strong first quarter with high earnings growth. The main report pleasers...

John Strömgren 3 May 2018
Impact from US interest rates
Carnegie Emerging Markets Corporate Bond

Impact from US interest rates

April’s initial focus was on Russia, after the US extended sanctions to a number of new individuals and companies at the beginning of the month. These were mainly companies linked...

Mikael Engvall 2 May 2018
Welcome news from Lucara
Carnegie Afrikafond

Welcome news from Lucara

African stock markets did relatively well in April, despite the turmoil in the rest of the world. Egypt and South Africa were among the better performers, with Egypt gaining 9...

Karin Fries 2 May 2018
Risk of more sanctions
Carnegie Rysslandsfond

Risk of more sanctions

Periodically we see a major sell of sell off on the Russian stock market, and April 2018 goes down as one of the most troubled months ever. Expanded US sanctions...

Fredrik Colliander 2 May 2018