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Institutional investor confidence and market gains are in bullish mode, says study

Tuesday, June 25, 2019

Laxman Pai, Opalesque Asia:

The first quarter of 2019 brought a more positive outlook for investors, after a difficult end to 2018, said a study on institutional investors.

Investors were encouraged by signs of a possible (albeit temporary) thaw in US-China trade tensions and by signals from the US central bank that further interest rate rises are unlikely during 2019, said CAMRADATA investment reports for Q1 2019.

The report provides analysis of four asset classes - Diversified Growth Funds (DGF), Multi Sector Fixed Income (MSFI), Emerging Markets Equity (EME) and Emerging Markets Debt (EMD) - invested in by institutional investors in the market.

Despite the positive performance across the four asset classes, investors continued to withdraw money from these universes with only the EMD universe managing to attract positive inflows during the quarter. However, positive performance across all four asset classes meant that only the MSFI universe saw assets under management decline over the quarter.

Diversified Growth Funds

Over the last quarter the DGF universe has seen £4.56bn in net outflows, marking the sixth consecutive quarter in which asset flows in the universe have been negative.

Since Q4 2018 DGF assets under management increased by £1.70bn after a decrease of over £11.5bn in AuM during Q4 2018.

Aviva Investors achieved the largest asset inflows with £2,216m in Q1 2019. HSBC Global Asset Management was the runner up with £485m of ......................

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