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UCITS Alternative Index Blue Chip up 0.71% in December (+ 4.18% YTD)

Friday, January 03, 2014
Opalesque Industry Update - UAI Blue Chip

The UAI Blue Chip is up 0.29% for the week ending December 31 and up 0.71% for the month. CTA, FX and Multi-Strategy are the best performing strategies this week with progressions of 1.09%; 0.87% and 0.41%. On the other hand Commodities and Volatility display the worst results with -0.84% and -0.28%. CTA and Long/Short Equity fund buckets are the largest performance contributors with 7bp each for the week.

The UAI Blue Chip finishes the year 2013 up 4.18%.

UAIX

Most UAIX indices are up this week. The best performing ones are the UAIX CTA up 1.39% and the UAIX Emerging Markets up 0.54%. The UAIX CTA is also the best performing strategy index in December with a progression of 2.87%. It is followed by the UAIX Event-Driven up 1.75%. The best performing indices for 2013 are the UAIX Long/Short Equity up 13.85%, the UAIX Event-Driven up 8.65% and the UAIX CTA up 6.63%. The UAIX Volatility is the worst performing index for the year down -4.34%.

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