Tracker inflows halve in November as overall fund flows stay stable

Investment Association figures for Nov

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Investors showed hesitancy toward market trajectory and avoided trackers in November
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Investors showed hesitancy toward market trajectory and avoided trackers in November

Figures from the Investment Association from November show tracker funds had their lowest level of inflows since March 2021, which the body said demonstrated investors were wary of “the trajectory of markets”.

Trackers saw net retail inflows of £758m in the month, about half of the previous months flows of £1.5bn. The total funds under management of the tracker industry is £292bn and it has an overall share...

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