Weekly inflows into stocks hit $68 billion globally last week, the most since 2003 as investors position for further growth, Deutsche Bank says
- Investors piled the most money into stocks in a single week since 2003 last week as optimism for further growth continues, according to
- Global equity funds saw $68 billion of inflows, with $53 billion of that flowing into US stocks.
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Investors piled the most money into stocks since 2003 last week as optimism for further growth continues, according to Deutsche Bank.
A team of strategists from the firm found that global equity funds saw $68 billion of inflows last week, the largest input since 2003, driven by a record $53 billion into US funds. According to Deutsche Bank, this brings the cumulative flows from November 2020 to $450 billion.
On a sector level, tech funds saw $3.2 billion in inflows, with financials ($2.2 billion) and energy ($1.3 billion) trailing right behind in a sign that investors are betting for further growth.
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The firm also found that the percentage of investor portfolios in stocks has continued to grow higher. The level of equity positioning is now near the all-highs last since in early 2018.
Deutsche Bank said positioning in stocks is likely to continue in the near term. However the firm anticipates a peak in growth sometime in the second quarter of 2021 that will cause a pullback in stocks as investors position their attention away from
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