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MARCH 2015 in Brief
March was another month with high inflows into long-term mutual funds in Europe; the European fund industry enjoyed net inflows of €42.5bn into long-term mutual funds during March. Opposite to February, the majority of the flows went into mixed-asset funds (+€24.5bn), followed by bond funds (+€17.9bn), property funds (+€0.9bn), and commodity funds (+€0.2bn). On the other side of the table, equity funds (-€0.4bn), “other” products (-€0.3bn), and alternative/hedge products (-€0.3bn) faced moderate net outflows for March.
In line with the long-term products money market products also enjoyed net inflows (+€12.0bn) for March, split into net inflows of €10.6bn into money market products and €1.4bn into enhanced money market funds.
These inflows lifted the overall net inflows for March to a healthy €54.8bn.
Asset allocation products (+€14.0bn) were once again the best selling sector among the long-term funds, followed by equities Europe funds (+€7.4bn), bond EUR funds (+€6.1bn), and funds of funds conservative (+€5.1bn) as well as mixed-asset conservative funds (+€5.0bn). At the other end of the spectrum equities North America suffered net outflows (-€8.3bn) as it did for February, bettered somewhat by equities global (-€4.0bn) and equities emerging markets (-€3.3bn) as well as bonds emerging markets (-€2.1bn) and equities United Kingdom (-€1.9bn). Read more
European Fund Market Review - 2015 Edition
Lipper's annual review of the European funds industry provides 20 pages packed with sales and assets data on activity in different markets, as well as a look at which groups and products prospered in 2014. The report includes unique data on cross-border activity, as well as commentary on various issues that impact the industry over the near term and long term.
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