Swedish corporate bond funds are reopening: "We hope the market calms down"

Several Swedish asset managers have reopened investment funds with corporate bonds for deposits and redemptions Others continue to keep investors' money locked in, and interpretations of the current market situation differ widely.

Photo: Carnegie Fonder/PR

On Sunday afternoon, Carnegie Fonder announced that 12 funds which were closed for deposits and redemptions on Friday will reopen on Monday, according to Dagens Industri.

Communications manager Eric Amcoff from Carnegie did not point to any change in the market as driving this change of mind. Instead, the company has reviewed the holdings of corporate bonds to ensure that fund values are correct.

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