Morningstar Direct Asset Flows april 2018 report

On March 31, 2018, the books closed on a quarter that displayed two sharply contrasting features. Driven by friendly equity markets, exuberant investors showered Europe’s fund providers with money on an unprecedented scale in January, driving assets under management to new record levels.

Ali Masarwah 30.04.2018 | 8:48 Valerio Baselli
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After market volatility staged a comeback at the outset of February, investors’ risk-appetite tempered noticeably, and the demand for European-domiciled long-term funds slowed down progressively until the end of the first quarter. Net inflows to long-term funds receded to EUR 18.7 billion in March, down from EUR 27.1 billion in February. This was mainly due to reduced demand for equity and allocation funds, which saw net inflows of EUR 4.4 billion and EUR 10.4 billion, respectively.

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