European large-cap ETFs saw outflows last month as Italy's political situation reached breaking point, casting doubt over whether the European Central Bank will end its three-year bond-buying programme in Q3.
According to data from TrackInsight, the asset class witnessed outflows for a third month in a row, amounting to €4.5bn in May as European markets suffered amid the political turmoil in Italy. Towards...
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