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Postby winston » Sun Apr 08, 2018 10:06 pm

U.S. investors retreat from stock funds for third week: Lipper

by Trevor Hunnicutt

U.S. fund investors pulled back from the stock market for a third straight week, withdrawing $11.6 billion in cash in the week ended Wednesday.

Wall Street analysts expect first-quarter S&P 500 profits to rise by 18 percent over the year before, helped by the tax cuts passed in 2017.

International stock funds remain a relative bright spot, with emerging markets-focused funds taking in $636 million during the week and continuing an unbroken streak of weekly inflows this year, Lipper said.

Taxable bond funds attracted $3.5 billion during the week ended Wednesday, Lipper data showed. Treasury funds took in $3.1 billion, the most since January 2016.


Source: Reuters

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Re: Fund Flows

Postby winston » Tue May 15, 2018 12:36 pm

U.S-based emerging market stock funds post largest outflows since 2016

by Trevor Hunnicutt

Emerging markets recorded $870 million in withdrawals, the most since November 2016, during the week ended May 9.

Over the last 16 months, the funds have pulled in nearly $67 billion.

Corporate bond mutual funds and exchange-traded funds (ETFs) focused on the short-term segment of the market pulled in $1.1 billion during the week, the most new cash for the category since September 2017.

Small-cap funds tracked by Lipper pulled in $1.2 billion during the week, a fifth straight week of inflows.


Source: Reuters

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Postby winston » Sun Jun 17, 2018 12:04 am

U.S. fund investors pull nearly $10 billion from stocks in week: Lipper

by Trevor Hunnicutt

NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. fund investors snatched $9.7 billion out of stocks during the latest week, marking the largest withdrawals since early April.

U.S. financial sector funds seen as benefiting from higher rates pulled in $793 million, the most since February.

MSCI’s emerging markets index is down nearly 3 percent this year, while the S&P 500 in the United States has delivered a positive 5 percent total return.

Dollar strength and tighter monetary policy have highlighted weaknesses in economies from Brazil to Argentina and Turkey.

More than $1.1 billion rolled out of the emerging market products during the latest week.



Source: Reuters

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Postby behappyalways » Mon Jun 18, 2018 3:50 pm

Emerging Asia Hit by Biggest Foreign Investor Exodus Since 2008

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Re: Fund Flows

Postby winston » Mon Jun 18, 2018 10:17 pm

U.S. fund investors pull nearly $10 billion from stocks in week: Lipper

by Trevor Hunnicutt

MSCI’s emerging markets index is down nearly 3 percent this year, while the S&P 500 in the United States has delivered a positive 5 percent total return.


Source: Reuters

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Re: Fund Flows

Postby winston » Fri Jun 22, 2018 8:21 pm

Investors poured $7.54 billion into equity ETFs after rocky G7 meeting: ICI

by James Thorne

Equity ETFs had estimated net issuance of $7.54 billion for the week, compared to estimated negative net issuance of $1.06 billion in the previous week.

Domestic equity ETFs had estimated net issuance of $8.96 billion for the week ended June 13.

Combined demand for bonds among ETFs and mutual funds strengthened to $5.6 billion, slightly above the average for the year.

Commodity funds posted a second straight week of outflows in the period ending June 13 at $416 million.

Hybrid funds, which hold both stocks and fixed-income securities, were hit with their 12th straight week of withdrawals at $2 billion.


Source: Reuters

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Re: Fund Flows

Postby winston » Fri Jun 22, 2018 8:27 pm

U.S.-based money market funds post $51 billion net outflows for week: Lipper

by Jennifer Ablan

On June 15, the Treasury said it received $26.0 billion in corporate taxes, compared with $42.2 billion a year earlier.

U.S.-based equity mutual funds attracted $4.6 billion of net new cash for the same period.

Investors pulled $4.36 billion of net cash from U.S.-based emerging market equity funds and $452 million from U.S.-based emerging market debt funds.


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Re: Fund Flows

Postby winston » Fri Jun 29, 2018 8:02 pm

Equity funds lose $30 billion as investors flee U.S. and EM stocks: BAML

by Helen Reid

LONDON (Reuters) - Equity funds suffered their second-largest weekly outflows ever this week, with $29.7 billion pulled out of risky assets, Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BAML) strategists said on Friday as fears about rising U.S. protectionism continue to weigh.

U.S. equity funds lost $24.2 billion in their third-largest ever weekly outflows, EPFR data cited by BAML showed, as markets sealed a first half marked by higher volatility, rising U.S. interest rates and increasing global protectionism.

Some $18 billion coursed out of EM equity and debt funds in June after an $8 billion outflow in May.

European stocks suffered their 16th straight week of outflows with $3.9 billion pulled out of the region’s funds, while Japan saw $2.6 billion of inflows.

Among equity sectors, technology has been the most resilient to trade worries, although threats to curb Chinese investment in U.S. tech this week hit the stocks.

Tech continued to draw the strongest inflows, however, with $0.8 billion, and was on a year-to-date total of $19 billion inflows while $9 billion has left all other sector funds.

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In fixed income, investment-grade bond funds saw strong inflows of $2.9 billion as investors fled to safety, while high-yield bond funds saw outflows for an eighth consecutive week, with $2 billion removed.

High-yield bond funds were on track for a record $90 billion of outflows this year, a consequence of the changing global interest rate environment thrusting core yields higher.

BAML’s private client allocations showed U.S. government bond holdings surged to a 10-year high, but positioning on risky assets remained positive with cash allocations at a record low of 9.9 percent and equities at 61.1 percent.

Financials stocks suffered $1.1 billion of outflows this week.

Source: Reuters

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Re: Fund Flows

Postby winston » Wed Jul 04, 2018 10:32 am

Why Are Investors Pulling Money Out Of Global Stock Funds At The Fastest Pace Since The Last Financial Crisis?

by Michael Snyder

Global equity funds have seen outflows of $12.4 billion in June.

The iShares emerging market ETF has seen $5.4 billion in outflows in June, the most of any fund.

Global stocks lost about 10 trillion dollars in value over the last 6 months.


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Re: Fund Flows

Postby winston » Fri Jul 06, 2018 7:58 pm

Most cash since 2008 flows out of U.S. equity funds in June: Lipper

by Trevor Hunnicutt

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Investors played it safe in June, plucking the most cash out of U.S.-based equity funds since the peak of the 2008 global financial crisis .

U.S.-based stock mutual funds and exchange-traded funds (ETFs) recorded $36.3 billion in withdrawals overall for the month of June, preliminary figures that would represent the largest withdrawals since October 2008.

The data also showed the funds have posted five straight weeks of withdrawals.

During the most recent, holiday-shortened week, $8.3 billion moved out of U.S.-based equity funds and high-yield bond funds shed $1.7 billion.

Investors piled into safer, higher-quality investments, which included U.S.-based government-Treasury bond funds. That group attracted $980 million of net new cash for the week ended Wednesday, their fifth straight week of inflows, Lipper said.

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