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Ultra-short-term bond funds seen high inflow in Nordic region - absolute return funds suffer outflows

Whilst ultra-short-term bond funds denominated in Swedish krona have had largest net flow of all fund categories in the Nordic region YTD, corporate bonds and global flex-cap equity funds have suffered most from outflows, which data from Morningstar reveals. The outflows in absolute return funds echo those experienced in Europe overall.

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Ultra-short-term bond funds denominated in Swedish krona have seen the largest net flow of all Nordic-domiciled open-end funds and ETFs year to date, according to figures from Morningstar.

YTD net flows in the equivalent annual annuity approach funds denominated in Swedish krona investing in ultra-short-term bonds stood at EUR 3.9bn at the end of October.

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