“Grexit” Fears and Spiking Bond Yields Stifle European Investors’ Appetite for Long-Term Funds in May

Inflows into European open-end funds slowed down considerably in May. Long-term funds took in a net EUR 28.51 billion last month, the lowest level of inflows seen in any month this year. Since hitting the longtime high of EUR 52.21 billion in February in the wake of the announcement of the European Central Bank’s bond-buying program, the subsequent re-emerging Greek crisis and spiking bond yields have curbed the appetite of investors for bond and equity funds.

Ali Masarwah 30/06/2015
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The full Asset Flows Commentary for May can be found on this link.


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