Investors have been moving back into German exchange-traded funds (ETFs) over the past two months ahead of the German Federal Elections on 24 September, in a sign of growing confidence in Chancellor Angela Merkel's lead over her rivals.
According to data from Lyxor Asset Management and Bloomberg, German equity ETFs saw inflows of €385m in August and €593m in July; their first monthly inflows since March. Fears of a rise in populism...
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