Cumulative Gold Flows

YTD Cumulative Gold Flows Despite the upward trajectory of gold prices, the trend of outflows from gold ETFs has persisted. However, bullion and coin purchases have surpassed gold ETF sales and central bank gold purchases since Q3 2020. Image: J.P. Morgan

Risky vs. Safe Assets Fund Flows

Risky vs. Safe Assets Fund Flows Risky vs. safe assets fund flows are very positive, driven by investors’ pursuit of higher returns and their willingness to take on higher levels of risk. Image: Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research

Bank Loan Flows

Bank Loan Flows The strong flows into bank loan funds and the sentiment of market participants may be influenced by the perceived stance of the Fed on interest rates. Image: BofA Global Investment Strategy

Cross Asset Flows as a % of Assets

Cross Asset Flows as a % of Assets Money market funds remain an attractive investment option for investors, as evidenced by their continuous allocation of funds to this asset class over the past week. Image: Deutsche Bank Asset Allocation

IG Bond Flows

IG Bond Flows Investors maintain a high level of interest and confidence in IG corporate bond funds, leading to substantial inflows. Image: BofA Global Investment Strategy

Total Equity Fund Flows

Total Equity Fund Flows Equity flows often weaken further in May as investors tend to adopt a more cautious approach, with profit-taking contributing to this trend. Image: Deutsche Bank Asset Allocation

Weekly China Flows

China Equity Flows China equity funds saw their largest inflow in 8 weeks, indicating a prevailing sense of optimism among investors regarding Chinese equities. Image: BofA Global Investment Strategy

Bond Flows

Bond Flows Flows into mortgage-backed securities and bank loans are strong, signaling a robust market demand for these investment instruments. Image: Deutsche Bank Asset Allocation

Weekly High Grade Fund Flows

Weekly High Grade Fund Flows U.S. high-grade funds and ETFs continue to experience outflows, suggesting a shift in investment strategies and market sentiment. Image: BofA Global Research