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

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