NAV

120.2382 USD

24/02/2017

down 1.4918

AUM (M) 188.44 USD

As of: 24/02/2017

Period 3M 6M 1Y 3Y 5Y
Change up 4.18% up 7.86% up 29.18% up 5.83% -

NAV

27.7394 USD

24/02/2017

down 0.0841

AUM (M) 1937.02 USD

As of: 24/02/2017

Period 3M 6M 1Y 3Y 5Y
Change up 7.99% up 7.00% up 23.89% up 18.04% up 55.49%

NAV

184.1065 USD

24/02/2017

down 0.9231

AUM (M) 916.63 USD

As of: 24/02/2017

Period 3M 6M 1Y 3Y 5Y
Change up 7.91% up 5.15% up 20.77% up 9.80% up 40.83%

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