Fund Flows

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Postby winston » Thu Dec 27, 2018 10:46 pm

U.S. fund investors sold most bonds in seven weeks on Fed hike: ICI

by Trevor Hunnicutt

Some $12.2 billion tumbled from U.S.-based bond funds during the week ended Dec. 19.

“World” stock funds primarily invested abroad recorded $7.2 billion in withdrawals, marking a fourth straight week of withdrawals and the most cash pulled since August 2015.

Stock funds recorded $9.6 billion in withdrawals for a second straight week in the red.

More than $56 billion left mutual funds during the week, while ETFs attracted $25 billion,


Source: Reuters

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Re: Fund Flows

Postby winston » Mon Dec 31, 2018 9:33 pm

U.S. stock funds attract cash for first time in six weeks: Lipper

Trevor Hunnicutt

Stock exchange-traded funds (ETFs) based in the United States attracted $5.4 billion during the week ended Dec. 26, while their mutual funds counterparts recorded a $173 million withdrawal, the least pulled from those funds since June.


Markets took a turn for the worse in December. While ETFs, used heavily by institutional investors, have been stock buyers in December, mutual fund investors typically used by retail investors sucked out a record $86 billion.

Technology sector funds recorded withdrawals of $2.2 billion, the most since early 2015.

Treasury funds attracted $4.2 billion during the week, the most since February 2015, and money-market funds gathered $33 billion.


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Re: Fund Flows

Postby winston » Mon Dec 31, 2018 9:38 pm

U.S. fund investors sold most bonds in seven weeks on Fed hike: ICI

by Trevor Hunnicutt

Some $12.2 billion tumbled from U.S.-based bond funds during the week ended Dec. 19.

“World” stock funds primarily invested abroad recorded $7.2 billion in withdrawals, marking a fourth straight week of withdrawals and the most cash pulled since August 2015.

Stock funds recorded $9.6 billion in withdrawals for a second straight week in the red.

More than $56 billion left mutual funds during the week, while ETFs attracted $25 billion.




Source: Reuters

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Re: Fund Flows

Postby winston » Mon Jan 07, 2019 9:58 pm

U.S. stock funds post record December withdrawals: estimate

by Trevor Hunnicutt

Investors pulled $98 billion from U.S.-based stock funds in December.

While elevated, the monthly withdrawals amount to about 0.8 percent of the nearly $12 trillion of U.S.-based stock mutual fund and exchange-traded fund (ETF) assets.

During the most recent week, ended Jan. 2, investors pulled $18.7 billion from stocks and $13.3 billion from bonds, according to Lipper.

Money market funds, where investors park cash, attracted $6.1 billion for the week and $122 billion in December.


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Re: Fund Flows

Postby winston » Fri Jan 11, 2019 10:26 pm

Investors plow billions into stocks, bonds and EM assets as risk appetite returns: BAML

by Helen Reid

Equity funds drew inflows of $6.2 billion, their biggest in 11 weeks.

Some $7.2 billion flowed into bond funds, the biggest taking in 39 weeks.

In the U.S., growth stocks and large-cap stocks drew the biggest inflows with $2.1 billion and $1.8 billion respectively, while $700 million evaporated from value stocks.

Emerging market assets were popular with both equity and bond funds drawing in $2.4 billion, while high-yield bond funds received $1.5 billion inflows.

Europe remained unpopular with $100 million outflows. European equity funds have suffered outflows in 43 of the past 44 weeks.

In sectors, investors pulled $600 million from tech stocks and $1.5 billion from financials stocks. They also dumped $1.4 billion of investment-grade bonds.


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Re: Fund Flows

Postby winston » Thu Jan 17, 2019 10:28 pm

Investors end 13 straight weeks of U.S. fund withdrawals

by Trevor Hunnicutt

U.S.-based stock mutual funds and exchange-traded funds attracted a net $11.3 billion during the week ended Jan. 9, while bonds gathered $6.3 billion and commodities took in $711 million.

Investors pulled $98 billion from U.S.-based stock funds and $77 billion from bonds in December, a calendar-month record.


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Re: Fund Flows

Postby winston » Thu Jan 24, 2019 10:35 pm

U.S. bond funds nab most cash in nearly a year: ICI

by Trevor Hunnicutt

Bond mutual funds and exchange-traded funds (ETFs) snagged $9.3 billion in new cash during the week ended Jan 16, the most since late January 2018.

U.S.-based equity funds recorded $2.8 billion in withdrawals after attracting $11.3 billion the week prior.





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Re: Fund Flows

Postby winston » Sat Feb 09, 2019 11:02 am

Investors pump record amounts of cash in emerging markets: BAML

Flows into bonds reached $11.1 billion, the biggest since May 2018.

$4.3 billion went into equities.

$400 million were pulled out of precious metals.

It was also the biggest week of inflows in three years, to high-yield bonds with $4.8 billion and emerging market debt with $4.4 billion.

Since Jan. 2, investors have bought $36 billion of bonds and sold $10 billion of equities.

Among the risky asset classes, there were buys of $16 billion of emerging market equities and
sales of $26 billion and $7 billion of U.S. and European shares respectively.

“Since 2012, of every $100 invested by private clients, $55 has gone into debt, $35 into equities, and $10 into cash & alternatives".


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Re: Fund Flows

Postby winston » Fri Feb 15, 2019 9:26 pm

U.S. fund investors charge into money market funds: Lipper

U.S. fund investors added another $18.7 billion to money market funds during the latest week, likely putting the low-risk funds on track for a third straight quarter of positive demand.

Money market funds based in the United States have taken in nearly $29 billion so far in 2019 after pulling in nearly $209 billion during the last half of 2018.

Precious metals commodities funds, which invest in gold and are sometimes seen as an alternative to cash in periods of turmoil or high inflation, recorded $414 million in withdrawals during the week. That was the most cash pulled from those funds since September.

Funds based in the United States but invested primarily in Chinese stocks recorded $31 million in withdrawals during their first week of withdrawals of the year.


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Re: Fund Flows

Postby winston » Wed Mar 13, 2019 8:52 pm

Worst start to year for equity flows since 2008: BAML

by Marc Jones

Over $60 billion has now been yanked out of equities this year.

Almost $80 billion has been pulled from developed markets, while $18.5 billion has gone into emerging markets.

Last week also saw the fourth-biggest inflow on record into ‘investment grade’ bonds at $9.5 billion.

U.S. companies had already announced plans to buy back nearly a quarter of a trillion dollars of their own stock by the end of February, which was up 7 percent on the same time a year ago.



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