Over half of Italian investors made changes to their portfolios during 2018 stock market fall

Eugenia Jiménez
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Some 64% of Italian investors said they did not stick with their investment plans during the high volatility period recorded in the last three months of 2018, according to Schroders' latest annual Global Investor study. From this share, some 31% made their changes towards high risk options while 36% said they had moved to lower risk investments. A remaining 15% reallocated part of their portfolios into cash. Conversely, over a third (36%) of investors in the southern European country held their nerve during the market tumble and kept their risk allocation unchanged. The figure is slig...

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