CFA UK survey: Investor risk appetite falls in Q2 as gold seen as best value since 2012

Favouring gold and government bonds

Mike Sheen
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Will Goodhart of CFA UK
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Will Goodhart of CFA UK

Investors adopted a risk-off mentality in Q2, according to CFA UK's Valuations Index, with gold deemed to be offering its best value in over six years.

In the survey, which is open to all 11,600 members of CFA UK, gold was seen to be the best value asset class for the second consecutive quarter, with 25.9% of respondents considering it to be undervalued...

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