The Great Inverse Rotation? Highest US Equity Outflows In Two Years
The Great Rotation has hit a bit of a snag, with the largest weekly outflow from equities since August 2011. Emerging market and US equities took the biggest hits regionally, while consumer goods had the largest equity outflows by sector by a fair margin.
“Equity funds globally have suffered from $28bn (or 0.5% AUM) of outflows in the week ending February 5th, according to EPFR. It’s been the worst week of redemptions for equity funds in over two years,” says a report from Citi’s global . . .
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