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Swedish investors prefer domestic stocks, Finns go for emerging market equities

Fund assets in both countries are slowly starting to once again reach the pre-pandemic levels of January 2020. Whilst Swedish savers increased their exposure to domestic funds in August, Finns boosted their dose of emerging market investments.

Gustav Sjöholm, Savings Economist at Swedish Investment Fund Association (Fondbolagens förening). | Photo: Swedish Investment Fund Association/PR

After a "historically shaky spring" Swedish fund assets are now starting to come back to earlier levels, says Gustav Sjöholm, Savings Economist at Swedish Investment Fund Association (Fondbolagens förening).

The net flows of Swedish funds totaled SEK 9.1bn (EUR 879m) in August, whilst the total assets increased by SEK 183bn (EUR 17.7bn) and amounted to SEK 5,039bn (EUR 486bn). Net outflows for the year now total SEK 17.9bn (EUR 1.73bn).

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