Global equities help drive European fund flows

Fund flows in 2020 were €297.1bn

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Global equities were the best-selling sector among long-term funds for the first nine months of 2020
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Global equities were the best-selling sector among long-term funds for the first nine months of 2020

Global equities were the best-selling sector among long-term funds for the first nine months of 2020, with BlackRock the biggest selling fund promoter, according to figures from Lipper.

Overall fund flows for mutual funds and ETFs in Europe came to €297.1bn, with Equity Global accounting for €62.8bn of inflows. It was followed by Equity Sector Information Technology with €20.2bn of inflows, and Bond Global Corporates with inflows of €16bn. At the other end of the spectrum, Bond EUR Short Term suffered the highest net outflows from long-term mutual funds at €15.8bn. Consistent 50: MGTS St Johns High Income Property holds top spot This was followed by Bond Emerging Markets Global in Local Currencies with outflows of €12.9bn and Equity Emerging Markets Global with...

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