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Fund selectors have been as stable in their allocation preferences in 2017 as they were impulsive the year before

Market intelligence European fund selector sentiment

In the past two quarters, only one asset class has undergone a significant change in popularity. That is emerging market debt, or emerging market corporate bonds to be specific.

Emerging market debt

Demand for EM corporate debt has been on the up this year, as the asset class is benefiting from enduring dollar weakness. All major emerging market currencies, except the Argentinian peso, have risen against the greenback this year. This has boosted the asset class, as the bulk of EM bonds are denominated in dollars.

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Nine years after the collapse of Lehman Brothers, we ask fund selectors which lessons they have learnt from the financial crisis and how it has changed their jobs. We also answer the question whether it makes sense for asset allocators to use multi-asset funds. Last but not least, there are profile interviews with Alessandro Viviani, fund analyst at Old Mutual Wealth in Milan, and Matt Shafer, head of global distribution at Natixis AM.
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