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Re: Fund Flows

Postby winston » Fri Mar 15, 2019 8:41 pm

U.S. stock funds lose inflows as stock rally continues

by David Randall

U.S. investors pulled a net $2.64 billion out of domestic stock funds during the week ended March 6, after pumping in a net of $4 billion the week before.

The shift pushed total net outflows from U.S. stock funds to $13.5 billion over the nine full weeks of 2019 so far.

World stock funds lost a net of $1.13 billion for the week. For the year to date, investors have sent a net of $8.5 billion into stocks outside of the U.S. market.

Both taxable and municipal bond funds continued to attract net inflows, of $6.05 billion combined, for the week. That was about half of the inflows the week before.


Source: Reuters

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Re: Fund Flows

Postby winston » Fri Mar 15, 2019 8:46 pm

Equity funds see biggest weekly inflows in a year: BAML

LONDON (Reuters) - Investors plowed $14.2 billion into global equity funds this week, the largest amount in a year.

Most of the inflows went into exchange traded funds while mutual funds saw net outflows.

U.S. equity funds were the biggest beneficiaries with net inflows of $25.5 billion while emerging markets saw net outflows.

European funds also saw $4.6 billion of outflows.


Source: Reuters

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Re: Fund Flows

Postby winston » Sat Mar 16, 2019 3:19 pm

These red flags will tell you when it’s time to sell the stock rally: Bank of America Merrill Lynch

By Barbara Kollmeyer

1. Equity inflows of more than $50 billion in the next four weeks. (The most recent week’s data showed equity inflows of $14.2 billion, the biggest in a year.
2. Investor cash levels dropping to below 4.5% and equity allocation jumping from over 6% to 30%.
3. Hedge-fund positioning via CTFC data show managers going long on riskier assets from a current position of neutral.


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Re: Fund Flows

Postby winston » Thu Mar 21, 2019 8:10 pm

U.S. stock funds lose inflows as stock rally continues

by David Randall

U.S. investors pulled a net $2.64 billion out of domestic stock funds during the week ended March 6, after pumping in a net of $4 billion the week before.

The shift pushed total net outflows from U.S. stock funds to $13.5 billion over the nine full weeks of 2019.

World stock funds lost a net of $1.13 billion for the week. For the year to date, investors have sent a net of $8.5 billion into stocks outside of the U.S. market.

Both taxable and municipal bond funds continued to attract net inflows, of $6.05 billion combined, for the week. That was about half of the inflows the week before.


Source: Reuters

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa- ... US%20Money
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Re: Fund Flows

Postby winston » Thu Mar 21, 2019 8:10 pm

U.S. stock funds lose inflows as stock rally continues

by David Randall

U.S. investors pulled a net $2.64 billion out of domestic stock funds during the week ended March 6, after pumping in a net of $4 billion the week before.

The shift pushed total net outflows from U.S. stock funds to $13.5 billion over the nine full weeks of 2019.

World stock funds lost a net of $1.13 billion for the week. For the year to date, investors have sent a net of $8.5 billion into stocks outside of the U.S. market.

Both taxable and municipal bond funds continued to attract net inflows, of $6.05 billion combined, for the week. That was about half of the inflows the week before.


Source: Reuters

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa- ... US%20Money
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Re: Fund Flows

Postby winston » Thu Mar 21, 2019 8:12 pm

Equity funds see biggest weekly inflows in a year: BAML
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LONDON (Reuters) - Investors plowed $14.2 billion into global equity funds this week, the largest amount in a year.

U.S. equity funds were the biggest beneficiaries with net inflows of $25.5 billion while emerging markets saw net outflows.

European funds also saw $4.6 billion of outflows.

Investment grade debt notching up the eighth consecutive week of inflows.


Source: Reuters

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Re: Fund Flows

Postby winston » Thu Mar 28, 2019 10:49 pm

Skittish investors pull more than $20 billion from stocks, rush into bonds: BAML

by Helen Reid

Some $20.7 billion was pulled from equity funds in the week to March 20, while $12.1 billion was ploughed into bond funds, the biggest inflows since January 2018.

$66.8 billion outflows from equity funds year-to-date.

Last week, $14 billion inflows into Equities.

Ninth straight week of inflows to investment-grade bond funds - $6.6 billion this week - while high-yield bond funds drew in $3.2 billion and $1.2 billion went into EM debt.

By region, the U.S. saw the biggest outflows with $13.2 billion, while $4 billion was pulled from European equities.

Japanese equities also suffered outflows of $700 million, the sixth straight week of outflows.

Emerging market equities have had outflows four of the past five weeks, and lost $400 million this week.

Investors turned on technology stocks, pulling $700 million from the sector.

Defensive real estate stocks were the most favoured, attracting $400 million.


Source: Reuters

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Re: Fund Flows

Postby winston » Mon Jun 03, 2019 9:39 am

US$3T Wiped Off Global Mkts in May, Bond Funds Record Capital Inflow for 21st Week

Global equity funds have experienced US$10.3 billion outflows in the past week, with US$8.4 billion from the US market, according to statistics from Bank of America Merrill Lynch.

While bond funds recorded capital inflow for the 21st straight week as of the week ended 29 May, US$3 trillion in value have been wiped off worldwide equity markets in May.

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Re: Fund Flows

Postby winston » Thu Jul 11, 2019 1:41 pm

Investors pull largest amount from U.S. stock funds since 2014

By David Randall

The roughly $25.1 billion in net outflows from domestic stock funds was the largest since the $25.2 billion pulled from the category during the week that ended Feb. 5, 2014.

Over the last two weeks, investors have pulled approximately $30.6 billion from U.S. stock funds.
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Taxable and municipal debt funds brought in $10.4 billion in new assets last week, continuing a streak of positive inflows into the category over every full week of the year to date.

World stocks, meanwhile, lost $3.6 billion in net outflows, continuing a six week streak in which the category has lost $11.6 billion in assets.


Source: Reuters

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