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The Fund seeks to maximize total investment return, consistent with prudent investment management, consisting of a combination of interest income, currency gains and capital appreciation.
The Fund seeks to achieve its objective by investing in fixed-income securities of U.S. and foreign issuers including foreign governments, their agencies and instrumentalities, and foreign companies, including those in emerging markets; multinational organizations, such as the World Bank; the U.S. government, its agencies and instrumentalities and U.S. companies; and asset-backed securities. The investment team bases its investment decisions on fundamental factors, including economic, market and currency trends and credit quality.
TOP HOLDINGS (all classes) as of 01/31/2014
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|JAPAN (GOVT OF) (20 YEAR ISSUE) 1.9% 20/09/23 64 JPY||3.55%|
|JAPAN (GOVT OF) (20 YEAR ISSUE) 2.1% 20/06/29 112 JPY||2.84%|
|ITALY (REP OF) 3.5% 01/06/18 EUR||2.23%|
|JAPAN- 105(5 YEAR ISSUE)||1.80%|
|BONOS Y OBLIG DEL ESTADO||1.57%|
|JAPAN (GOVT OF) 1.4% 20/12/18 240 JPY||1.57%|
|UK TREASURY 2.75% 22/01/15 GBP||1.46%|
|US TREASURY N/B||1.45%|
Fixed income securities are subject to certain risks including, but not limited to: interest rate (changes in interest rates may cause a decline in the market value of an investment), credit (changes in the financial condition of the issuer, borrower, counterparty, or underlying collateral), prepayment (debt issuers may repay or refinance their loans or obligations earlier than anticipated), and extension (principal repayments may not occur as quickly as anticipated, causing the expected maturity of a security to increase). Typically, when interest rates rise, there is a corresponding decline in the price of bonds. This effect is usually more pronounced for longer-term securities.
Foreign securities are more volatile, harder to price and less liquid than U.S. securities; and are subject to different accounting and regulatory standards, and political and economic risks. These risks are enhanced in emerging markets countries.
Derivatives are speculative and may hurt the Fund’s performance. They present the risk of disproportionately increased losses and/or reduced gains when the financial asset or measure to which the derivative is linked changes in unexpected ways.
Please read the prospectus for more detailed information regarding these risks.
Nov 30, 2001
$1,000 Classes A and C
$1,000 IRA: Classes A and C
$1,000,000 Inst. Svc.*
as of February 28, 2014
* Only certain investors are eligible to purchase shares of these classes.