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Wealth managers expect sweeping changes to staff balance

From EIE Analysis Nov 17 2014 @ 08:00

European wealth managers are looking to expand the number of operational risk managers, client...
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Finns caught by collective winter depression

From EIE Analysis Nov 7 2014 @ 05:47

A cocktail of the rapidly diminishing daylight, a collective angst for looming deflation and...
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Fund managers put all hopes on US equities

From EIE Analysis Nov 27 2014

The short-lived market crash in October has prompted a complete fund manager sentiment overhaul, the latest EIE Manager Sentiment Survey shows. The number of asset management companies...
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Euro area bond and equity investments more than double in size in five years

From EIE Analysis Nov 26 2014

Assets managed by mutual funds domiciled in the Eurozone have increased by more than 100%... view article


Gold inflows highest in almost two years

From EIE Analysis Nov 25 2014

Inflows into gold exchange-traded products have hit their highest levels since February 2013&... view article


In the spotlight: global equities

From EIE Analysis Nov 25 2014

Global equities are popular from Norway to Spain. These two countries are actually the two... view article


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Market Insight Norway, Q4 2014: Loyal bond buyers

Norwegian fund selectors stick to developed market bonds while the rest of the continent seems to have more or less abandoned this asset class.

From Fund Selector Sentiment Oct 30 2014

Norwegian fund selectors traditionally differ quite a bit from their European counterparts in terms of their asset allocation preferences. They shun developed equities more than their peers elsewhere on the continent. On the other hand, they stick to developed market bonds while the... view article



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