Latest EPFR fund flow data reports outflows for equity funds and money market funds, and inflows towards bond funds, and China and India equity funds.
Kirsten Longbottom, Research Associate at EPFR, is in charge of delivering our fund flows highlights this week. Using our Fund Flows and Allocations data and insights, we put our focus on equity flows and sector allocations.
Join EPFR’s Steve Muzzlewhite for his weekly investor sentiment update. This week, we cover equity fund flows, bond flows and money market fund flows.
EPFR data reveals outflows from equity, multi-asset and alternative funds, and inflows to bond funds and money market flows during the last week of March 2023.
As March 2023 comes to a close, Steve Muzzlewhite shares the latest investor sentiment trends, focusing on equity funds, bond funds, money market, and more.
Off the wires: Tesla stock gathers steam as reports show EV giant hits brakes on China plant production
As Tesla halted the production line at its Shanghai plant, Steve Xinlei Shen uses EPFR’s Stock Flows dataset to assess to assess investor sentiment trends on Tesla
Olivia Blaszkowski from EPFR takes a recent BBC article to look into US investor sentiment towards China. Fund flows show that the tide is changing.
Steve Muzzlewhite takes a look at the latest market trends in February, 2023 using EPFR’s fund flows and allocations data. This week’s video takes a look at the UK and European equity markets.
Flows into Equity Funds jumped to a 21-week high during the first week of February, with over $35 billion committed to US Equity Funds, as investors responded to the cheaper valuations on offer after January’s sell-off. But the fear that the Federal Reserve could hike rates at each of their remaining 2022 policy meetings, which triggered the recent declines in US equity markets, continued to chill appetite for bonds. The Bond Funds tracked by EPFR posted their fifth consecutive outflow, a run that has seen over $35 billion redeemed since the second week of January.
Hopes that the impact of Covid’s Omicron variant will prove transitory, concern that it will not, and fears that inflation is here to stay whip-sawed global markets during the final days of November. Concerns about the latter issue were crystalized by recently reappointed US Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell’s admission that price pressures could spur the Fed to accelerate the tapering of its asset purchases.