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Demand for long-term European-domiciled funds continued to slow in September
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Demand for long-term European-domiciled funds continued to slow in September

Demand for long-term European-domiciled funds continued to slow in September as inflows dropped to €57.6bn for the month.

Data from Morningstar shows this is a €4bn decrease from August, and almost €14bn less compared to July. Weakened demand for equity and allocation funds led the ongoing slowdown, while outflows from...

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