Record fund savings in Sweden during first half of 2021

There were net inflows to almost all fund categories during June, with equity funds getting almost half of the month's SEK 17.2bn (EUR 1.68bn).

Fredrik Nordström, CEO, Swedish Investment Fund Association | Photo: PR / Swedish Investment Fund Association

The total savings in mutual funds in Sweden reached SEK 6,256bn (EUR 614bn)as of the end of June, an all-time high. Net inflows during June amounted to SEK 17.2bn (EUR 1.68bn), according to new figures by the Swedish Investment Fund Association.

Net savings amounted to SEK 87.6bn (EUR 8.60bn) in the first six months of the year. That is the highest inflow ever reached at the six-month mark, the Association states.

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