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Fund Prices

Most recent fund prices and investment returns.

Fund prices
GLOBAL FUNDS (PRICES IN US DOLLARS) Date Price %Change
Foord International Fund 14 Jan 2022 49.53 0.00%
Foord Global Equity Fund (Luxembourg) 14 Jan 2022 17.87 -0.11%
Foord Global Equity Fund (Singapore) 14 Jan 2022 21.97 -0.14%
Foord International Trust 14 Jan 2022 48.25 0.00%
Investment Returns
GLOBAL FUNDS (USD) Since Inception % 5 Years % 3 Years % 1 Year %
Foord International Fund 6.6 6.4 9.1 3.2
US Inflation 2.3 2.8 3.3 6.5
Inception Date: 2 April 2013 | Objective: To achieve meaningful inflation-beating US dollar returns over a full investment cycle
Returns for periods exceeding 12 months are annualised percentages.
GLOBAL FUNDS (USD) Since Inception % 5 Years % 3 Years % 1 Year %
Foord Global Equity Fund (Singapore) 8.6 11.5 17.3 2.7
Benchmark 12.3 14.4 20.4 18.5
Inception Date: 1 June 2012 | Benchmark: MSCI All Country World Total Return Index
Returns for periods exceeding 12 months are annualised percentages.
GLOBAL FUNDS (USD) Since Inception % 5 Years % 3 Years % 1 Year %
Foord International Trust 6.5 6.2 9.0 3.2
US Inflation 7.5 15.0 21.7 21.8
Inception Date: 10 March 1997 | Objective: To achieve meaningful inflation-beating US dollar returns over a full investment cycle
Returns for periods exceeding 12 months are annualised percentages.
GLOBAL FUNDS (USD) Since Inception % 5 Years % 3 Years % 1 Year %
Foord Global Equity Fund (Luxembourg) 6.9 10.9 16.6 2.0
Benchmark 11.0 14.4 20.4 18.5
Inception Date: 2 April 2013 | Benchmark: MSCI All Country World Total Return Index
Returns for periods exceeding 12 months are annualised percentages.

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