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Long-term Ucits funds attract EUR19bn in November


Long-term Ucits funds attracted EUR19bn of net inflows in November, according to the latest data from the European Fund and Asset Management Association.

The European fund industry enjoyed stable net inflows for the eighth consecutive month as investors remained confident about the ongoing economic recovery.

For the first 11 months of 2009 Ucits and non-Ucits funds enjoyed net inflows of EUR171bn.
Net inflows into Ucits funds remained stable in November, totalling EUR7bn compared to EUR8bn in October.
Equity, bond, balanced and other Ucits continued to attract net new money, albeit slightly less than in October.  As a result, net inflows into long-term Ucits slowed to EUR19bn, compared to EUR27bn in October.
Net withdrawals from money market funds persisted, albeit at a slower pace (EUR12bn in November compared with EUR18bn in October), as investors made new allocations in the search for higher return investments.
Net inflows to special funds reserved to institutional investors increased to EUR4bn in November, compared to EUR1bn in October.
Total assets of Ucits and non-Ucits increased by 0.6 per cent in November, compared to the end of October.

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