21, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Morningstar, Inc. (NASDAQ: MORN), a leading provider of independent investment research, today reported estimated U.S. mutual fund and exchange-traded fund (ETF) asset flows for July 2017. In July ... In its July World Economic.
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I looked at funds whose one-year organic growth rates (net flows as a percentage of assets at the beginning of the year) signal that investors are headed in the wrong direction. BBH Core Select is another focused ... were driven by European financials.
In this series, we have reviewed ten Europe-focused mutual funds in terms of their sectoral changes over the past year and the possible reasons for their performance in 2015. However, how does the overall portfolio position of these funds look? We’ve.
Unlike most of the fund-rating systems, the Zacks Mutual Fund Rank is not just focused on past performance, but also on the likely future success of the fund. T. Rowe Price ... T. Rowe Price European Stock PRESX seeks long-term capital appreciation.
Europe's economy gained momentum after Emmanuel Macron won the French presidential election on Sunday. Macron's victory over right-wing Nationalist Party candidate Marine Le Pen came as welcome news to investors as fears over a possible “Frexit” .
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Marcus can invest anywhere in the world, but his focus is Europe , recently 69% of the fund's assets. “ Europe today reminds me of when I started investing there in the early 1990s,” says Marcus, who points to improving governance, better alignment.
Focused on covering small-cap companies, Sidoti & Co.'s business ... Vanguard Group Inc., the world's largest mutual fund company, may increasingly turn to internal analysts as MiFID II takes effect, says Kenneth Volpert, head of investments for Europe.
European stock funds suffered their largest ... Investors have pulled more than $30bn from US stock funds since the middle of June, redemptions that have primarily hit mutual funds as investors shift into passively managed exchange traded funds.
The Bank of England's study focused on European mutual funds that own investment-grade bonds (the safest category). Since 2005, the worst month for redemptions in this sector occurred in October 2008, when outflows reached the equivalent of 1% of .