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Centre of expertise CIBIF

Faculty of Economics and Business
Centre of Expertise CIBIF

Dutch mutual funds show good results in the past quarter.

10 July 2017

In the past quarter, mutual funds that invest in Dutch stocks showed a return of on average 2.9% (about 12% annually). This return is based on the mutual funds in the CIBIF fund universe that specialize in Dutch stocks. These investment funds outperform all other categories. For instance, funds with a focus on European stocks perform on average yield 1.4%, while most other categories reported losses. In particular funds aimed at North American stocks had a negative return of 3.8%.

Detailed information on each separate fund is available in the top 100 of mutual funds published in the weekly Elsevier.

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