Weekly fund flows highlights – 25th March 2024

How has investor sentiment towards equity fund flows and bond flows been affected by the central bank policy meetings taking place across the globe?

In a week where we received the Swiss National Bank’s first rate cut since early 2Q15 and the Bank of Japan’s first rate hike since 2007, join Steve Muzzlewhite, Global Head of Customer Solutions, for our latest fund flow update. Our key findings include:

  • Fund Investors not buying into US Equity all-time highs
  • Flows into/out of Emerging Asia Funds soften
  • Bond Investors taking risk off stance


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