Fund buyers in Bavaria are confident that their economy has not run out of steam yet.
Despite record-low yields, government bonds are more popular than ever with Norwegian fund selectors.
Omar Gadsby, head of fixed income fund selection for Credit Suisse’s private banking arm, explains how he is trying to move away from fixed income benchmarks.
German investors are now more willing to take risks to get a better return from their investments than a year ago.
Fund selectors based in Zurich differ quite a bit from the European average when it comes to their favourite equities.
Niels Skovvart, chief investment officer of Sydinvest in Denmark, discusses his asset allocation with EIE’s Dylan Emery.
Appetite for both EM equities and EM government bonds with Munich’s fund selectors are at record levels.
Zurich’s fund selectors are way more enthusiastic about Japanese equities than their counterparts in any other country.
Absolute return is hot in Zurich, our researcher found out on his trip to the Swiss city last week.
Fund selectors in Munich have switched their attention from European to American equities, the latest data collected in the city by EIE show.