EFAMA reports growth of investment funds worldwide in Q1

Ridhima Sharma
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The European Fund and Asset Management Association (EFAMA) has published its latest International Statistical Release showing strong growth of investment fund assets worldwide in Q1, driven by the recovery in the financial markets. Worldwide Investment fund assets worldwide increased by 9.2% to €48trn at the end of the quarter, while worldwide bond funds recorded net inflows of €236bn in Q1 2019, compared to net outflows of €59bn in Q4 2018. These strong global sales were mostly driven by inflows in the United States (€123bn), Europe (€80bn) and emerging markets (€21bn, of which €20bn...

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