Coronacrisis makes thematic funds bright spots for money managers

Thematic funds have been capitalized with US 22bn in Europe during the first half of 2020, show figures from Broadridge.

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Funds that failed to make thematic investments during the first half of this year have incurred losses totaling USD 57bn during the same period, reports Norwegian business daily Finansavisen.

The media explains that thematic funds pertain to investments made within a specific market category or niche such as technology, sustainability, health or greener consumption patterns.

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