Overview

Calendar year performance (%)
Calendar year performance (%)
 20172016201520142013
A-ACC-USD share class10.16.7-1.32.8-
Cumulative return (%)
Cumulative return (%)
 YTD1 mth3 mths6 mths1 yr3 yrs5 yrs10 yrsSince launch
A-ACC-USD share class-0.50.7-1.40.34.211.320.6-23.3
With 5.00% sales charge-5.5-4.3-6.3-4.7-1.05.714.6-17.1
Annualised return (%)
Annualised return (%)
 1 yr3 yrs5 yrsSince launch
A-ACC-USD share class4.23.63.84.2
With 5.00% sales charge-1.01.92.83.2
Fund Information
Portfolio managerEugene Philalithis
George Efstathopoulos
Chris Forgan
Fund launch date27 Mar 2013
Share class launch date27 Mar 2013
Bloomberg ticker
FIGMAAU LX
ISIN code
LU0905233846
Annual management fee1.25%
Max. sales charge - cash5.25%
Active money
-

Fund data as of 30/04/2018 unless otherwise stated.

Source: Fidelity

Performance data are computed on NAV-NAV basis with dividend reinvested, and in the respective currency terms as stated. Past performance is not indicative of the future returns.

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Please note that the dividend rate of the Fund does not represent its total return. The dividends are not guaranteed and may vary from time to time. For certain Classes of Shares, dividends may be paid out of capital where the income/capital gain generated by the Fund is insufficient to pay a distribution as declared. Investors should note that the payment of dividends out of capital represents a return or withdrawal of part of the amount they originally invested or from any capital gains attributable to the original investment. Such distributions may result in an immediate decrease in the net asset value per Share of the Fund.

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