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Best 15 Markets last Week

nameWeekChange
COLOMBIA9.36
MAURITIUS7.64
GREECE6.06
QATAR5.88
MEXICO4.90
BULGARIA4.57
PERU4.39
BANGLADESH4.22
ITALY4.21
UNITED KINGDOM4.06
NEW ZEALAND3.99
POLAND3.63
NORWAY3.54
ZIMBABWE3.24
INDIA3.24

Worst 15 Markets Last Week

nameWeekChange
RUSSIA-12.57
TURKEY-7.06
BAHRAIN-6.18
KAZAKHSTAN-5.80
KUWAIT-4.48
JORDAN-4.48
BRAZIL-3.76
NIGERIA-2.53
ESTONIA-2.23
JAMAICA-2.01
EGYPT-1.91
TUNISIA-1.74
SERBIA-1.68
BOTSWANA-1.50
MOROCCO-1.41

Best 10 Market Last 12 Months

CountryChangePct
ZIMBABWE152.95
VIETNAM72.15
KENYA57.85
PERU47.20
KAZAKHSTAN45.38
JAMAICA43.10
AUSTRIA40.90
NIGERIA38.88
CHINA37.34
HUNGARY35.72

Worst 10 Market Last 12 Months

CountryChangePct
UKRAINE-0.74
PHILIPPINES-2.99
LEBANON-4.17
UNITED ARAB EMIRATES-5.65
ISRAEL-8.00
BOTSWANA-9.15
QATAR-11.98
OMAN-16.16
PAKISTAN-17.22
BAHRAIN-19.16

Markets YTD From Best to Worst
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nameYTD Change
TUNISIA28.01
KENYA24.29
ROMANIA22.47
VIETNAM18.63
LITHUANIA15.82
PERU15.04
COLOMBIA14.13
SAUDI ARABIA DOMESTIC13.57
UKRAINE11.86
KAZAKHSTAN11.83
PAKISTAN11.44
ITALY9.53
CZECH REPUBLIC8.31
EGYPT7.98
MALAYSIA7.67
THAILAND7.31
FINLAND7.16
BRAZIL7.02
PORTUGAL6.31
JORDAN6.08
MEXICO5.63
NORWAY5.57
TAIWAN5.52
MOROCCO4.84
SLOVENIA4.74
SERBIA4.66
SINGAPORE3.90
TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO3.80
CHINA3.80
QATAR3.59
LEBANON3.58
SRI LANKA3.57
NETHERLANDS3.21
FRANCE3.18
CHILE2.92
NIGERIA2.90
KUWAIT1.89
BANGLADESH1.68
BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA1.58
CROATIA1.14
AUSTRIA1.10
BELGIUM0.92
JAPAN0.10
SPAIN-0.02
HUNGARY-0.23
HONG KONG-0.35
USA-0.48
BULGARIA-0.94
UNITED KINGDOM-1.06
DENMARK-1.13
GREECE-1.20
KOREA-1.22
GERMANY-1.53
NEW ZEALAND-2.63
JAMAICA-2.99
UNITED ARAB EMIRATES-3.07
SWEDEN-3.35
ISRAEL-3.69
INDIA-4.31
SOUTH AFRICA-4.38
RUSSIA-4.42
INDONESIA-4.48
AUSTRALIA-4.56
SWITZERLAND-4.66
POLAND-4.85
IRELAND-5.67
BAHRAIN-5.78
ARGENTINA-5.94
BOTSWANA-6.08
CANADA-6.53
ESTONIA-8.30
OMAN-9.25
ZIMBABWE-9.43
PHILIPPINES-12.42
TURKEY-12.77
MAURITIUS-19.97

Country Average Sovereign+Corporate USD Yields Ordered By YTD Yield Change

countryYieldYieldChange
Israel5.851.66
France7.471.19
Canada8.701.04
Finland3.590.87
Pakistan7.080.63
Oman5.410.48
United States6.000.42
Bahrain6.160.36
Slovak Republic3.040.31
Korea (South)4.440.31
Netherlands4.930.27
Qatar4.090.26
China4.280.18
Philippines3.750.14
New Zealand5.560.08
Germany4.400.06
Thailand3.510.05
Kuwait4.52-0.03
Lebanon6.88-0.06
United Kingdom5.31-0.07
Lithuania3.08-0.09
Peru4.12-0.11
Taiwan3.99-0.15
Jordan6.08-0.17
Romania4.01-0.18
United Arab Emirates4.44-0.18
Russian Federation4.41-0.19
Chile4.93-0.20
South Africa5.30-0.21
Luxembourg11.06-0.22
Poland3.17-0.24
Tunisia6.65-0.24
Guatemala4.66-0.24
Malaysia4.14-0.26
Hungary3.74-0.28
Morocco4.16-0.28
Japan3.49-0.33
Ireland6.02-0.36
Jamaica8.38-0.37
Indonesia4.44-0.37
Turkey5.70-0.43
Panama4.22-0.44
India4.74-0.47
Mexico4.93-0.50
Colombia4.68-0.51
Cote D'Ivoire (Ivory Coast)6.13-0.52
Vietnam4.25-0.56
Azerbaijan5.08-0.58
Paraguay5.50-0.60
Uruguay4.22-0.63
Croatia (Hrvatska)3.57-0.66
Trinidad and Tobago4.75-0.67
Brazil5.75-0.77
Serbia3.73-0.78
Sri Lanka5.61-0.88
Costa Rica6.02-0.96
Dominican Republic5.23-1.07
Italy4.70-1.08
Gabon6.56-1.18
Argentina6.65-1.23
Ecuador7.47-1.28
El Salvador6.58-1.33
Zambia7.71-1.39
Kazakhstan4.26-1.46
Egypt5.30-1.49
Venezuela6.91-1.65
Ukraine6.91-1.79
Nigeria5.22-1.87
Kenya5.92-1.92
Ethiopia6.05-1.97
Ghana6.36-1.98
Mongolia5.70-2.62
Iraq6.61-2.64
Angola7.24-2.88

Fund flows Last Week

FocusObjectiveAsset ClassFlow USD mn
CommoditiesINDUSTRIAL METALSCommodity-8.84
CommoditiesPRECIOUS METAL SECTOREquity-445.10
CommoditiesPRECIOUS METALSCommodity1306.27
CommoditiesPRECIOUS METALSMixed Allocation-5.78
countryAUSTRALIAEquity27.84
countryAUSTRALIAFixed Income-6.86
countryAUSTRALIAMixed Allocation-0.07
countryBRAZILEquity97.95
countryBRAZILFixed Income781.91
countryCHINAEquity75.79
countryCHINAFixed Income18.16
CountryEGYPTEquity3.70
countryINDIAEquity-488.71
countryINDIAFixed Income-22.52
countryISRAELEquity1.86
countryJAPANEquity-3322.89
countryJAPANFixed Income-326.37
countryJAPANMixed Allocation8.74
countryKOREAEquity29.63
countryPOLANDEquity-6.50
countryRUSSIAEquity-78.19
countryRUSSIAFixed Income-8.50
countrySOUTH AFRICAEquity40.75
countrySPAINEquity-115.54
CountryTAIWANEquity84.35
countryTURKEYEquity-63.19
countryUNITED KINGDOMEquity-163.09
industryBASIC MATERIALS SECTOREquity827.71
industryCOMMUNICATIONS SECTOREquity470.97
industryENERGY SECTOREquity932.09
industryENERGY SECTORMixed Allocation0.16
industryFINANCIAL SECTOREquity713.97
industryHEALTH CARE SECTOREquity4064.35
industryINDUSTRIAL SECTOREquity247.79
industryMULTIPLE SECTOREquity0.47
industryNATURAL RESOURCES SECTOREquity46.98
industryREAL ESTATE SECTORAlternative-0.45
industryREAL ESTATE SECTOREquity1711.98
industryTECHNOLOGY SECTOREquity3812.58
industryUTILITIES SECTOREquity-108.10
regionAFRICAN REGIONEquity-0.99
regionASIAN PACIFIC REGIONEquity1642.32
regionASIAN PACIFIC REGIONFixed Income-166.34
regionASIAN PACIFIC REGIONMixed Allocation384.97
regionASIAN PACIFIC REGION EX JAPANEquity-1265.51
regionASIAN PACIFIC REGION EX JAPANFixed Income101.25
regionASIAN PACIFIC REGION EX JAPANMixed Allocation59.68
regionEASTERN EUROPEAN REGIONEquity54.35
regionEASTERN EUROPEAN REGIONFixed Income3.87
regionEASTERN EUROPEAN REGIONMixed Allocation0.31
regionEUROPEAN REGIONEquity-368.55
regionEUROPEAN REGIONFixed Income333.54
regionEUROPEAN REGIONMixed Allocation22.03
regionLATIN AMERICAN REGIONEquity-26.39
regionLATIN AMERICAN REGIONFixed Income-62.19
regionMIDDLE EAST REGIONEquity9.55
regionMIDDLE EAST REGIONFixed Income-0.58
regionNORDIC REGIONEquity-7.97
regionNORTH AMERICAN REGIONEquity554.16
regionNORTH AMERICAN REGIONFixed Income66.92
RiskGOVERNMENT BONDAlternative9.02
RiskGOVERNMENT BONDEquity0.03
RiskGOVERNMENT BONDFixed Income111.90
RiskGOVERNMENT BONDMixed Allocation-3.76
RiskINFLATION PROTECTEDBrazil-15.56
RiskINFLATION PROTECTEDFixed Income76.41
RiskLONG SHORTAlternative72.61
RiskLONG SHORTEquity25.77
RiskLONG SHORTFixed Income8.22
RiskLONG SHORTMixed Allocation2.08
SectorAGRICULTURECommodity28.82
SectorAGRICULTUREEquity0.00
SectorCONSUMER DISCRETIONARYEquity1078.86
SectorCONSUMER STAPLESEquity1045.37
segmentBRICEquity139.36
segmentBRICFixed Income-72.96
segmentDEVELOPED MARKETSEquity-187.78
segmentEMEAEquity7.94
segmentEMEAFixed Income4.18
segmentEMERGING MARKETSEquity-424.25
segmentGCCEquity-12.78
segmentGCCFixed Income-0.48
segmentGCCMixed Allocation-7.05
segmentMENAEquity1.54
segmentMENAFixed Income3.50
SizeLARGE-CAPEquity-15481.17
SizeMID-CAPCommodity-1.32
SizeMID-CAPEquity-2151.34
SizeSMALL-CAPEquity-2608.97

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    Best global markets last week EUROPE +2.55%, EFM ASIA +1.14%, USA +0.62%,

    While worst global markets last week FM (FRONTIER MARKETS) -0.70%, EM LATIN AMERICA -0.47%, EM (EMERGING MARKETS) 0.38%,
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    Best last week among various stock markets were COLOMBIA +9.36%, MAURITIUS +7.64%, GREECE +6.06%, QATAR +5.88%, MEXICO +4.90%, BULGARIA +4.57%, PERU +4.39%, BANGLADESH +4.22%, ITALY +4.21%, UNITED KINGDOM +4.06%,

    While worst last week among various stock markets were RUSSIA -12.57%, TURKEY -7.06%, BAHRAIN -6.18%, KAZAKHSTAN -5.80%, KUWAIT -4.48%, JORDAN -4.48%, BRAZIL -3.76%, NIGERIA -2.53%, ESTONIA -2.23%, JAMAICA -2.01%,

    Best YTD among various country equities were TUNISIA +28.01%, KENYA +24.29%, ROMANIA +22.47%, VIETNAM +18.63%, LITHUANIA +15.82%, PERU +15.04%, COLOMBIA +14.13%, SAUDI ARABIA DOMESTIC +13.57%, UKRAINE +11.86%, KAZAKHSTAN +11.83%,

    While worst YTD among various country equities were MAURITIUS -19.97%, TURKEY -12.77%, PHILIPPINES -12.42%, ZIMBABWE -9.43%, OMAN -9.25%, ESTONIA -8.30%, CANADA -6.53%, BOTSWANA -6.08%, ARGENTINA -5.94%, BAHRAIN -5.78%,


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    COLOMBIA 9.36


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    MAURITIUS 7.64


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    GREECE 6.06


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    QATAR 5.88


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    MEXICO 4.90


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  • New Mexico's budget outlook grows brighter
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    BULGARIA 4.57


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    PERU 4.39


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  • Prime Minister to travel to Peru, France, and the United Kingdom
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    BANGLADESH 4.22


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    ITALY 4.21


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    UNITED KINGDOM 4.06


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    RUSSIA -12.57


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    TURKEY -7.06


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    BAHRAIN -6.18


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    KAZAKHSTAN -5.80


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    KUWAIT -4.48


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    JORDAN -4.48


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    BRAZIL -3.76


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    NIGERIA -2.53


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    ESTONIA -2.23


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    JAMAICA -2.01


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    Largest 20 Companies Reported Last Week:

    CompanyCountrySectorReported
    Metropolitan Bank & Trust CoPHILIPPINESFinancials11.04.2018
    Bank of New York Mellon Corp/TheUNITED STATESFinancials11.04.2018
    Turkiye Vakiflar Bankasi TAOTURKEYFinancials11.04.2018
    Sollers PJSCRUSSIAConsumer Discretionary11.04.2018
    Delta Air Lines IncUNITED STATESIndustrials11.04.2018
    Formosa Petrochemical CorpTAIWANEnergy10.04.2018
    Bed Bath & Beyond IncUNITED STATESConsumer Discretionary11.04.2018
    Alliance Global Group IncPHILIPPINESIndustrials11.04.2018
    Chunghwa Telecom Co LtdTAIWANTelecommunication Services10.04.2018
    Centamin PLCJERSEYMaterials10.04.2018
    Tesco PLCBRITAINConsumer Staples11.04.2018
    Formosa Plastics CorpTAIWANMaterials10.04.2018
    Formosa Chemicals & Fibre CorpTAIWANMaterials10.04.2018
    Fastenal CoUNITED STATESIndustrials11.04.2018
    Ameren CorpUNITED STATESUtilities10.04.2018
    CarMax IncUNITED STATESConsumer Discretionary11.04.2018

    Largest 20 Companies that will report This Week:

    CompanyCountrySectorReported
    Morgan StanleyUNITED STATESFinancials18.04.2018
    DiGi.Com BhdMALAYSIATelecommunication Services13.04.2018
    QUALCOMM IncUNITED STATESInformation Technology18.04.2018
    US BancorpUNITED STATESFinancials18.04.2018
    BlackRock IncUNITED STATESFinancials18.04.2018
    Tata Consultancy Services LtdINDIAInformation Technology18.04.2018
    American Express CoUNITED STATESFinancials18.04.2018
    ASML Holding NVNETHERLANDSInformation Technology18.04.2018
    Harley-Davidson IncUNITED STATESConsumer Discretionary17.04.2018
    PNC Financial Services Group Inc/TheUNITED STATESFinancials13.04.2018
    Charles Schwab Corp/TheUNITED STATESFinancials17.04.2018
    Crown Holdings IncUNITED STATESMaterials18.04.2018
    Heineken NVNETHERLANDSConsumer Staples18.04.2018
    Metropolitan Bank & Trust CoPHILIPPINESFinancials11.04.2018
    Bank of New York Mellon Corp/TheUNITED STATESFinancials11.04.2018
    Japan Retail Fund Investment CorpJAPANReal Estate13.04.2018
    CSX CorpUNITED STATESIndustrials18.04.2018
    Turkiye Vakiflar Bankasi TAOTURKEYFinancials11.04.2018
    Core Laboratories NVNETHERLANDSEnergy18.04.2018
    Intuitive Surgical IncUNITED STATESHealth Care17.04.2018

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    Daimler AGGERMANYConsumer Discretionary4.6006.04.2018
    Kimco Realty CorpUNITED STATESReal Estate4.1102.04.2018
    Kimberly-Clark de Mexico SAB de CVMEXICOConsumer Staples4.0703.04.2018
    Siam Cement PCL/TheTHAILANDMaterials3.2304.04.2018
    Siam Cement PCL/TheTHAILANDMaterials3.2304.04.2018
    Cisco Systems IncUNITED STATESInformation Technology3.0804.04.2018
    NetApp IncUNITED STATESInformation Technology3.0505.04.2018
    Volvo ABSWEDENIndustrials3.0506.04.2018
    Cherkizovo Group PJSCRUSSIAConsumer Staples2.9502.04.2018
    Electrolux ABSWEDENConsumer Discretionary2.8706.04.2018
    TOTVS SABRAZILInformation Technology2.3306.04.2018
    Vestas Wind Systems A/SDENMARKIndustrials2.1204.04.2018
    Monsanto CoUNITED STATESMaterials2.0305.04.2018
    Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria SASPAINFinancials2.0206.04.2018
    Quest Diagnostics IncUNITED STATESHealth Care1.8003.04.2018
    Comcast CorpUNITED STATESConsumer Discretionary1.5903.04.2018
    AP Moller - Maersk A/SDENMARKIndustrials1.3111.04.2018
    AP Moller - Maersk A/SDENMARKIndustrials1.3111.04.2018
    AP Moller - Maersk A/SDENMARKIndustrials1.3111.04.2018

    Ex Div Stocks This Week

    CompanyCountrySectorEstDivYieldReported
    Nedbank Group LtdSOUTH AFRICAFinancials5.8711.04.2018
    CCR SABRAZILIndustrials4.2911.04.2018
    Gap Inc/TheUNITED STATESConsumer Discretionary3.7216.04.2018
    Home Product Center PCLTHAILANDConsumer Discretionary3.6811.04.2018
    Sime Darby BhdMALAYSIAIndustrials3.5618.04.2018
    Exxaro Resources LtdSOUTH AFRICAEnergy3.4118.04.2018
    Darden Restaurants IncUNITED STATESConsumer Discretionary3.1111.04.2018
    General Mills IncUNITED STATESConsumer Staples2.8311.04.2018
    GKN PLCBRITAINConsumer Discretionary2.8212.04.2018
    Greenbrier Cos Inc/TheUNITED STATESIndustrials2.3917.04.2018
    Patterson Cos IncUNITED STATESHealth Care2.0812.04.2018
    Campbell Soup CoUNITED STATESConsumer Staples2.0013.04.2018
    Marsh & McLennan Cos IncUNITED STATESFinancials1.9212.04.2018
    Accenture PLCIRELANDInformation Technology1.9112.04.2018
    Remgro LtdSOUTH AFRICAFinancials1.8111.04.2018
    Trinity Industries IncUNITED STATESIndustrials1.7912.04.2018
    General Dynamics CorpUNITED STATESIndustrials1.7612.04.2018
    DMCI Holdings IncPHILIPPINESIndustrials1.7417.04.2018
    Enka Insaat ve Sanayi ASTURKEYIndustrials1.6916.04.2018
    Grupo de Inversiones Suramericana SACOLOMBIAFinancials1.2817.04.2018

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