EMEA investors viewed global core equity strategies most over Q2, says data provider

In Denmark, the most viewed strategy by investors and consultants was global all cap core equity and in Finland, it was global emerging markets all cap core equity, whilst US high yield fixed income was ranked as the second most viewed category in both countries, a new report by Evestment finds.

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Investors and consultants were highly interested in global core equity strategies in both large and all cap segments within Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) over the second quarter of this year. The interest was particularly high within Denmark, the UK and South Africa, notes Evestment's newest Quarterly Institutional Intelligence report.

At the same time, the US high yield, which was the second most positively trending strategy, captured high levels of viewership from within Denmark, Finland, France, and the Netherlands, writes Peter Laurelli, CFA Global Head of Research at Evestment.

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