Investors send €71.3bn to long-term Europe-domiciled funds in July

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Investors sent €71.3bn to long-term Europe-domiciled funds in July boosted by robust demand for fixed-income funds, which attracted €32.6bn as European investors get more cautious. According to Morningstar's European Asset Flows report for July, most of the money was sent to the safer segments of the fixed-income space, such as EUR ultra-short-term bonds. Flows toward equity funds barely surpassed €20bn, the lowest net inflows this year, "which might indicate that investors are getting more risk-averse," the report added.  Commodities funds saw €730m of net inflows in July....

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