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DNB Norge Indeks

DNB Norge Indeks is an index-tracking equity fund that gives a broad exposure to Norwegian companies.

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  • Passively managed

  • Index-tracking equity fund

  • Invests in Norwegian companies

You can buy DNB Norge Indeks using a computer or in the Spare app.

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DNB Norge Indeks

DNB Norge Indeks is a passively managed equity fund, i.e. the purpose is to replicate the returns on the fund’s benchmark index, the Oslo Stock Exchange benchmark index.

Investing in DNB Norge Indeks (Norway Index) gives you broad exposure across sectors in the Norwegian equity market. When a mutual fund is “index-tracking”, it means it tries to invest in the securities that the benchmark index is composed of, so that, as far as possible, the fund is a reflection of it, albeit with a few differences.

Companies that perhaps do not satisfy DNB’s responsible investment guidelines will be kept out of the fund’s investment remit.

Minimum purchase amount is NOK 100. With a savings scheme in mutual funds, your savings happen automatically every month.

Passive management

Passive management (index-based management) means that the fund’s investments follow a specific benchmark index. Since the index fund, among other things, does not have managers trying to generate better returns than the index, the costs are lower than for actively managed funds.

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Equity funds are suitable for people who want to save for more than six years and who can tolerate volatility in value in the meantime.

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In the savings app Spare, you can easily buy new mutual funds and monitor their development.

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Historical returns are no guarantee of future returns. Future returns will depend, among other things, on market developments, the skill of the Portfolio Manager, the mutual fund’s risk, and the management costs. Returns may be negative as a result of mark-to-market losses.

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