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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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