In this week’s video, EPFR’s Steve Muzzlewhite discusses key economic data and the consequences that this may have for fund flows and allocations.
Turkish equity markets were among the few in 2022 that managed to shrug off the angst fueled by rising inflation and tightening monetary policy, ending the year having outperformed all other markets. But did this commitment last into the new year? Did we see equity fund managers reposition themselves?
In this week’s 2-minute weekly highlight video, Steve Muzzlewhite puts the emphasis on Emerging Markets, using EPFR Fund Flows and Allocations data.
Join EPFR’s Cameron Brandt, Director of Research, and Steven Muzzlewhite, Global Head of Customer...
Watch EPFR’s Global Head of Customer Solutions, Steve Muzzlewhite, as he analyzes some interesting movements we have seen in data.
This blog will examine the impact the conflict between Russia and Ukraine has had on global energy markets and the calls investors have made during 2022.
In this video, Steve Muzzlewhite, Global Head of Customer Solutions at EPFR, provides a weekly recap of major market movements and investor sentiment based on EPFR’s data.
Over $110 billion – a 131-week high – flowed into EPFR-tracked Money Market Funds during the week ending Jan. 4 as investors surveyed an investment landscape still being reshaped by inflation, tighter monetary policy and geopolitical forces.
The final week of 2022 saw EPFR-tracked Bond Funds post consecutive weekly outflows for the first time since mid-October, capping a year when the overall group smashed its previous outflow record as central banks scrambled to contain inflation running at multi-decade highs.
Behind the headline number, however, was a marked shift from active to passive management.
Overall, the second week of December 2022 saw all Equity Funds record a collective inflow of $17.9 billion while Bond Funds absorbed $2.3 billion.