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Fund buyer enthusiasm about European, US and Japanese equities in Belgium is seriously cooling...
The majority of Swedish fund selectors are keeping their equity allocations unchanged, the...
Milan-based fund selectors had surprisingly strong views on Japanese equities when our researcher came over to visit them this spring. While most European fund selectors do not seem to care too...
Asset managers are having a hard time convincing decision-makers at pension schemes to place...
Danish fund selectors seem ambiguous about US stocks, with two thirds of interviewees keeping...
A new chapter in Belgian fund buyers’ love-hate relationship with emerging market...
The majority of Swedish fund selectors are keeping their equity allocations unchanged, with one notable exception: emerging markets equities. Just like in much of the rest of Europe, EM equity sentiment has witnessed a strong rebound in Sweden over the first half of this year....
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