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Bigger stakes in Nordic Entertainment Group and Peab
Carnegie Småbolagsfond

Bigger stakes in Nordic Entertainment Group and Peab

The Stockholm exchange rose 5.5 percent in May. The small cap index rose 8.9 percent. Carnegie Småbolagsfond rose 6.2 percent. We have increased our holding in Nordic Entertainment Group. May...

Viktor Henriksson 8 June 2020
The stock market and society are opening up
Carnegie Sverigefond

The stock market and society are opening up

Every investor around the world is wondering why stock markets are rising. The simple answer is because no one wants or expects it (!); everyone is waiting for a downturn,...

Simon Blecher 8 June 2020
The world continues to watch China and Hong Kong
Carnegie Asia

The world continues to watch China and Hong Kong

Asian markets were somewhat weaker in May, but did not fall as much in local currency. Almost the entire downturn consists of a 4.0 percent weakening of the dollar against...

Gunnar Påhlson 8 June 2020
Record valuation gap between growth stocks and value stocks
Carnegie Strategy Fund

Record valuation gap between growth stocks and value stocks

Securities markets have gained successive vigour as the spread of the coronavirus has slowed and a number of countries have begun to ease restrictions on people leaving their homes. Stock...

John Strömgren 4 June 2020
India was already cooling before lockdown
Carnegie Indienfond

India was already cooling before lockdown

The Indian market fell again in May. Carnegie Indienfond fell 7.4 percent this month, largely due to a weakening of the currency. The Indian rupee fell 4.7 percent against the...

Gunnar Påhlson 4 June 2020
Credit markets often lack the foresight of equity markets
Carnegie High Yield Select

Credit markets often lack the foresight of equity markets

Global markets rose in May on news that several countries are gradually lifting their restrictions following a steady trend with declining numbers of infections and deaths. Oil had its best...

Maria Andersson 3 June 2020
Raring to go
Carnegie Corporate Bond

Raring to go

After 2 months of corona worries, global markets rose sharply in May on news that several countries were gradually easing restrictions and beginning a comeback as infection curves flatten out...

Niklas Edman 3 June 2020
Inditex och Matercard – Investments in long-term winners
Carnegie Global

Inditex och Matercard – Investments in long-term winners

We have invested in Inditex, the company behind the Zara clothing chain. This is my first investment in retail in a very long time. I think most retailers will find...

Mikael Tarnawski-Berlin 3 June 2020
Oil companies rose steeply in May
Carnegie Rysslandsfond

Oil companies rose steeply in May

Carnegie Rysslandsfond fell 1 percent in May. The decrease is mainly due to the appreciation of the Swedish krona, which is up 5 percent since the end of April and...

Fredrik Colliander 3 June 2020
Record valuation gap between growth stocks and value stocks
Carnegie Strategifond

Record valuation gap between growth stocks and value stocks

Securities markets have gained successive vigour as the spread of the coronavirus has slowed and a number of countries have begun to ease restrictions on people leaving their homes. Stock...

John Strömgren 3 June 2020
Strong month for credits
Carnegie Investment Grade

Strong month for credits

Covid-19 continues to dominate the global news flow. Most countries are gradually opening up, and there seems to be some slowing of the spread. The performance of the credit market...

Mona Stenmark 2 June 2020
Staycation winner
Carnegie Småbolagsfond

Staycation winner

Dometic was the fund’s best holding in April, with a gain of 48 percent. We upped our stake after the March slump, and it still has some way to go...

Viktor Henriksson 7 May 2020
Two new holdings
Carnegie Global

Two new holdings

April was Carnegie Global’s best month ever, with a rise of 14.7 percent. This record was of course helped by the previous month being the fund’s worst ever. The biggest...

Mikael Tarnawski-Berlin 7 May 2020
Underlying yield: 15 percent
Carnegie High Yield Select

Underlying yield: 15 percent

The initial fall in prices was similar across the board, but pricing in April increasingly reflected underlying operations and the impact of Covid-19. That said, there are still big differences...

Niklas Edman 7 May 2020