Funds' Cash Allocation At Highest Level Since 2001

Bearish on the outlook for stocks, long cash, credit, quality and short the EU that seems to be the prevailing view of fund managers surveyed by Bank of America at the beginning of this month.

One hundred and ninety-five panellists with a total of $537 billion in assets under management took part in the bank’s regular Global FMS survey, giving one of the most diverse and wide-ranging survey results around.
Funds' cash allocation increases, highest since 2001
The takeaways from the study are quite clear. Respondents reported cash levels of 5.8%, up from 5 . . .


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