Flows – Outflows per Every $100 of Inflow

Flows – Outflows per Every $100 of Inflow Should investors stay cautious on equities, as capitulation has not been reached for risk assets? Image: BofA Global Investment Strategy

Money Market Assets Under Management

Money Market Assets Under Management Historically, outflows from money market funds start 12 months after the initial Fed rate cut, as investors adjust their portfolios and manage risk exposure in response to changing interest rates and market conditions. Image: BofA Global Investment Strategy

Real Estate Flows

Real Estate Flows Real estate saw its largest outflow since May 2022, reflecting investor concern and a cautious approach towards real estate investments. Image: BofA Global Investment Strategy

Money Market Fund Assets vs. Fed Funds Target Rate

Money Market Fund Assets vs. Fed Funds Target Rate 12 months after the first rate cut, money market funds frequently see outflows as investors adjust their investment portfolios and manage their risk exposure in response to evolving interest rates and market conditions. Image: Morgan Stanley Research

Cumulative Global Equity Fund Flows Across Regions

Cumulative Global Equity Fund Flows Across Regions Europe continues to experience equity outflows, highlighting the challenges and uncertainties faced by European equity markets. Image: Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research

Mutual Fund and ETF In/(Out)Flows

Mutual Fund and ETF In/(Out)Flows In 2023, Cash has emerged as the flow winner. Will it serve as the primary driving force behind the bull markets of 2024? Image: Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research

Cumulative Flows into U.S. Equity Funds

Cumulative Flows into U.S. Equity Funds U.S. active equity funds face outflows as investors increasingly favor U.S. passive equity funds due to lower fees, potential tax advantages, and skepticism towards active fund managers’ ability to consistently beat the market. Image: Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research

Emerging Market Debt + Equity Flows

Emerging Market Debt + Equity Flows Emerging market assets saw substantial outflows, suggesting a significant decline in investor confidence and a shift towards more secure investment alternatives. Image: BofA Global Investment Strategy