Money-Market Funds Flows

Money-Market Funds Flows Over the last 4 weeks, money-market funds have seen a significant inflow of nearly $95 billion. That’s much more larger than in previous years. Image: Deutsche Bank Asset Allocation

US Equity Market Sentiment and Relative ETF Flows Since 2018

US Equity Market Sentiment and Relative ETF Flows Since 2018 This chart shows the correlation between US equity market sentiment and relative ETF flows recently. Inflow to US equity type ETF has picked up recently​. Image: Nomura

Worst Start to Year for Equity Flows since 2008

Worst Start to Year for Equity Flows since 2008 Even if the S&P 500 is up 18% to date (best start to a year since 1987), it is the worst start to year for equity fund flows since 2008.

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

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

S&P 500 Operating Margin

S&P 500 Operating Margin After the COVID-19 pandemic, the operating margins of companies in the S&P 500 have returned to a state of normalcy, leading to a positive trend of improved profitability and cash flows for these companies. Image: Morgan Stanley Wealth Management

U.S. Money Market Fund Assets

U.S. Money Market Fund Assets Money market funds saw a remarkable inflow of $1 tnllion over 10 months, highlighting their significance as a means for individuals and organizations to preserve and increase their capital in the short term. Image: J.P. Morgan

S&P 500 vs. Top 10

S&P 500 vs. Top 10 Investors can benefit from the currently wide valuation dispersion by focusing on low beta stocks that have stable cash flows and strong balance sheets. Image: J.P. Morgan Asset Management