Fund manager expectations for continental European equities rose for the second straight month in the latest Expert Investor Europe Sentiment Survey
Investor expectations for global growth have strengthened to their highest level in almost four years, the Bank of America Merrill Lynch Fund Manager Survey has found
The divergence in fund manager expectations for developed and emerging world stocks widened last month, reflecting the increasingly different outlooks for the two regions among professional investors
Fund managers expect Chinese growth to weaken but remain confident on the global economic picture, the latest BofA Merrill Lynch survey shows
The latest Expert Investor Europe Manager Sentiment Survey suggests that fund managers will quickly seek to rebuild their EM stock allocations following this year’s sell-off.
Bearishness on China has created a buying opportunity, according to June’s Bank of America Merrill Lynch Global Fund Manager Survey.
Fund managers have turned increasingly bullish on property
Fund manager expectations for US equities leapt to their highest level in more than eight years, according to April’s Expert Investor Europe Manager Sentiment Survey.
Fund manager expectations for most major equity regions declined in March, according to the latest Expert Investor Europe Manager Sentiment Survey.
Fund managers are at their most bullish on Japanese stocks for almost seven years, according to the latest Expert Investor Europe Manager Sentiment Survey.