Trade wars to continue pushing 'risk off' trend in fixed income ETF data - Invesco

Jonathan Boyd
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Paul Syms, head of EMEA ETF Fixed Income Product Management at Invesco, has said that data on inflow trends in hard and local currency emerging market debt ETFs and US Treasuries ETFs suggest investors are being influenced by uncertainaty caused by the ongoing trade war between the US and China, and the one now threatened between the US and Mexico. Overall, the provider has seen EMEA-domiciled fixed income ETF inflows of $25bn in the first five months of this year, versus $16bn for the whole of 2018. Some of this inflow is linked to the performance of equity markets, where the "wobble...

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Jonathan Boyd

Editorial Director of Open Door Media Publishing Ltd, and Editor of InvestmentEurope.