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Ucits inflows reach EUR46bn in third quarter


Ucits recorded positive inflows in the third quarter amounting to EUR46bn, after recording net outflows in the second quarter of EUR28bn, according to a report by the European Fund and Asset Management Association.

All long-term Ucits classes enjoyed net inflows during the third quarter of 2010. 

Net inflows into long-term Ucits totalled EUR62bn, up from inflows of EUR23bn in the second quarter, with bond funds recording strong net sales of EUR37bn. 

Money market funds continued to suffer from net outflows during the third quarter with outflows totalling EUR16bn, albeit at a significantly slower rate from the second quarter when outflows amounted to EUR51bn. Money market funds have now experienced six straight quarters of net outflows.

For the first three quarters of 2010 Ucits saw net inflows of EUR66bn, compared to net inflows of EUR122bn for the same period in 2009. The lower level of net inflows in 2010 reflected the turnaround in net sales of money market funds, from positive figures in Q1-Q3 2009 (EUR18bn) to negative figures in Q1-Q3 2010 (EUR106bn). 

On the other hand, long-term Ucits enjoyed total net inflows of EUR172bn during the first three quarters of 2010, compared to net inflows of EUR104bn during the same period in 2009.
Strong net inflows into Ucits funds were recorded in the third quarter by 14 countries, with four countries reporting net sales in excess of EUR1bn: Luxembourg EUR42.0bn, UK EUR19.0bn, Switzerland EUR4.6bn and Germany EUR2.8bn.

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