MFS: The biggest fear of Nordic institutional investors is market asset bubbles

Nearly all Nordic institutional investors highlight market asset bubbles as their biggest concern, an MFS Investment Management survey states. The coming decade will yield lower investment returns than they have been historically, the asset manager predicts.

Per Künow, managing director of Nordic institutional sales at MFS. | Photo: PR / MFS Investments

97 percent of Nordic Institutional investors say that market asset bubbles are their biggest concern, according to a new survey conducted by MFS Investment Management.

This is the highest percentage of any region that features in the survey, which is entitled Institutional Investor Compass. Meanwhile, 70 percent fear a global recession, and 57 percent say stock market volatility is one of their main concerns.

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