Danish flows head for foreign bonds - data

Jonathan Boyd
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The first 10 months of 2019 have seen Danish investors in local investment funds put some DKK7.6bn (€1bn) towards foreign bonds on a net basis, amid a shift in attitude towards riskier assets, according to data published by the Danish Investment Association, which is part of Finance Denmark alongside seperate memberships for mortgage lenders and securities dealers. Birgitte Søgaard Holm, director of Investments & Savings at Finans Denmark said: "In light of a pending trade war and concerns about Brexit, Danish investors have generally adjusted the risk profile of their investments." "...

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Jonathan Boyd

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