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European Equities: The Making of a Bubble

QE has unleashed a massive wall of money which is now hitting European equity markets. The market action on some days is truly scary and I have to go back in my memory to 1999 and the early part of 2000 to remember such an experience...that uneasy feeling that we are on-board a runaway train and that the only possible outcome is a derailment. I stumbled the other day on a price chart...

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European Fund Buyers and Emerging Market Equity Exposure

Emerging Market (EM) equities are far from a homogeneous grouping covering Eastern Europe, Asia, South America, Russia and China to name but a few and given the regional performance variations, it would take a very brave asset allocator to make substantial calls on any particular region. In Euro terms the 1-year performance to 31 January 2015 has varied considerably with EM...

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Asset Allocation Funds are the Products of Choice of European Investors for January 2015

After a weak December the European mutual fund industry returned to its growth pattern in January, enjoying net inflows of €25.7 bn into long-term mutual funds. The majority of these flows were again seen into mixed-asset funds (+€15.6 bn), followed by bond funds (+€7.6 bn), equity funds (+€2.5 bn), alternative/hedge products (+€1.0 bn), and commodity funds (€0.7 bn)...

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European QE: Currency Devaluation and Asset Bubble

European QE is delivering exactly what we know any large QE exercise can deliver, namely a devaluation of the currency and an asset bubble, and we should expect a continuation of both trends (Euro dropping below parity versus the US Dollar, maybe, and equity markets reaching higher highs, but at a slower pace). For the rest, i.e. a direct positive impact on economic activity...

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European Fund Market Report

In 2013 investors and fund managers alike became preoccupied with an environment where interest rate rises were likely imminent. A year on and monetary tightening that was expected on the back of the tapering expectations of the U.S. quantitative-easing programme failed to materialise. In early 2014 many bond fund managers were busy reducing their duration in expectation...

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Fund Launches, Closures, and Mergers for 2014

Even though the European mutual funds industry enjoyed overall record net inflows of €367.6 billion into mutual funds over the course of the year 2014, it seems the industry was still in a consolidation mode at the product level. During fourth quarter 2014 the European fund industry created 475 new funds, but there were 453 funds liquidated and 271 merged during the same period...

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European Investors Shied Away From Mutual Funds in December 2014

The European mutual fund industry experienced net outflows (-€1.4 bn) from long-term mutual funds for December. In the rough market conditions mixed-asset funds (+€11.6 bn) and property funds (+€0.3 bn) were the only asset classes with net inflows, while bond funds (-€5.7 bn) and equity funds (-€5.4 bn) as well as “other” funds (-€1.4 bn), commodity funds (-€0.5 bn)...

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OYSTER European Selection Fund

Mike Clements' recent move to Syz represents a clear intention for Syz to flex its muscle in the European equities sector. More widely known for his stint at Franklin Templeton at the helm of the successful (and now soft closed) Franklin European Growth Fund, he has brought along his former colleagues, including Claire Manson, and has been joined most recently...

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The future of the European ETF industry–Part 2

Exchange-traded funds (ETFs) in Europe became even more popular during 2014. That was shown by the assets under management, which were set to hit all-time highs toward the end of the year. The net flows into ETFs were also at record levels. This raises the question of whether ETFs can continue their success in 2015 and the years beyond. To find out more about...

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The future of the European ETF industry–Part 1

Exchange-traded funds (ETFs) in Europe became even more popular during 2014. That was shown by the assets under management, which were set to hit all-time highs toward the end of the year. The net flows into ETFs were also at record levels. This raises the question of whether ETFs can continue their success in 2015 and the years beyond. To find out more about...

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