International Investors Rush To Buy US “High-Grade” Bonds, But Inflows Could Crash Soon: BAMLRupert Hargreaves
“One of the key questions right now” Bank of America’s latest Situation Room report begins, “is why we continue to see large inflows to high-grade bond funds and ETFs when total return performance - traditionally the main driver of retail flows - has been flattish over the past five months or so.”
According to report, over the past 12 months monthly inflows into high-grade bond funds and ETFs, has averaged between $20 billion and $30 billion. However . . .
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