InvestmentNews – Why bonds are the best since the financial crisis
The latest EPFR data reports that debt funds reeled in their 21st consecutive week of inflows, while their stock counterparts recorded outflows of around $2.2 billion.
Bloomberg – Bond Buyers Haven’t Had It This Good Since the Financial Crisis
According to EPFR data, equity funds recorded a 10th week of inflows in the week ended August 16th. Meanwhile, debt funds had the biggest inflow in two years in the week ended August 9th.
Chief Investment Officer – Emerging Market debt appears poised for a revival
According to EPFR data, investors pulled $110 billion out of the sector’s mutual and exchange-traded funds in 2022.
Money FM 89.3 Singapore – US Markets Wrap: Will recent economic data force policymakers into more aggressive stimulus in Q2?
EPFR’s Director of Research, Cameron Brandt, shared an overview of the global markets and provided insights on the latest inflation figures, highlighting that the numbers are likely to stay on hold for a while.
WealthManagement.com – For Global Investors, Debt Funds and Funds Dedicated to Games, Entertainment and Betting Will Sustain Interest in 2023’s Second Half
EPFR’s Research Analyst, Kirsten Longbottom, shared her 2023 midyear outlook on WealthManagement.com and discussed how debt funds and funds dedicated to games will sustain global investors’ interest in the second half of the year.
CNBC-TV18 – EPFR Global expects robust inflows into dedicated India funds
Cameron Brandt appeared on CNBC-TV18 and discussed why he’s expecting another strong week of flows into dedicated India equity funds, explaining that the pace of money coming in India is something that can continue through the course of the year.
Chief Investment Officer – India Shines as Investment Draw, at China’s Expense
Cameron Brandt shared insights with Larry Light regarding institutional investors investing in India, highlighting it has all the ingredients for investors and a young, dynamic population.