UK investors put £632m in fixed income funds in May

Domestic-focused funds remain unloved

Valeria Martinez
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Fixed income funds enjoyed £632m inflows in May, while UK-focused funds continued to experience outflows, according to data by the Investment Association.

In total, UK retail investors put £356m into funds in May, while institutional clients pulled £2.76bn. In comparison, retail investors withdrew £921m from the funds market in May 2022.  Government Bond was the IA sector that topped the sales tables with £658m inflows, followed by Short Term Money Market (£382m), UK Gilts (£344m), Volatility Managed (£173m) and Global Equity Income (£173m).  The worst-selling IA sector in May was UK All Companies, which experienced outflows of £916m. Global funds were the top selling equity region with net retail inflows of £261m.  Calastone: Invest...

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