Brexit fears subside as investors return to the market... but they're snapping up bonds not 'risky' shares

In the space of just a month, investor confidence turned around remarkably in August as the shock of the Britain's vote to leave the EU subsided, figures revealed today.
Record retail investment fund outflows of £1billion in July were reversed by net sales of £1.7billion the following month, more than double the £816million inflows recorded in August last year.  
However, investors appear to have drastically lowered their appetite for risk and are buying low-yielding bonds rather than shares. 
The vast majority of the inflows were into fixed income funds, with £1.2million flooding into the... read more

3 October 2016 in Business, Views: 36
Source: Daily Mail

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