As the Eurozone Braces Itself for ECB’s QE, European Investors Send Record Inflows to Allocation and Alternative Funds

Long-term funds domiciled in Europe benefited from a huge push into European stocks and bonds in February. These open-end funds welcomed EUR 50.42 billion in net new money, which amounts to the highest inflows sent to long-term funds in any month since April 2013. Several broad category groups grabbed record inflows: Allocation funds posted net inflows of EUR 19.27 billion; alternative funds, which employ hedge-fund-like techniques, garnered record inflows of EUR 6.61 billion; commodity funds enjoyed EUR 1.12 billion in new net money (the highest level in any month since February 2008); and fixed-income funds raised a whopping EUR 18.46 billion.

Ali Masarwah 13/04/2015
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The full Asset Flows Commentary for February can be found on this link.


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