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BNY Mellon Company Summary
BNY Mellon competes with BNY Mellon, BNY Mellon, BNY Mellon, and BNY Mellon. The Sub-Fund aims to provide income and total return that exceeds the Benchmark through investment primarily, meaning at least 90 percent of its assets, in a portfolio of fixed income bonds and other debt securities issued by corporations or any government, government agency, supranational or public international organisations or in derivatives. BNY Mellon is traded on Irland Stock Exchange in Ireland.
BNY Mellon Minimum Initial Investment vs Five Year Return
BNY Mellon Euroland Bond C EUR is rated fourth overall fund in minimum initial investment among similar funds. It is rated third overall fund in five year return among similar funds . The ratio of Minimum Initial Investment to Five Year Return for BNY Mellon Euroland Bond C EUR is about 766,871
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BNY Mellon Euroland Systematic Risk
BNY Mellon Euroland Bond C EUR is rated below average in net asset among similar funds. Total Asset Under Management (AUM) of EUR Diversified Bond category is currently estimated at about 19.18 Billion. BNY Mellon retains roughly 3.01 Billion in net asset claiming about 16% of all funds under EUR Diversified Bond category.