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Long-term funds see net inflows of GBP945m in July, says IMA

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Net flows by retail investors into long-term funds (which excludes money markets) were positive to the tune of GBP945m in July, up from GBP794m of net inflows in June, according to date released by the Investment Management Association.



There were net inflows by retail investors into equities in July to the tune of GBP152m, up from GBP124m of net inflows in June.

Net inflows by retail investors into bond funds increased in July to GBP480m from GBP425m in June.

There were net inflows by institutional investors in July into long-term funds for the first time since March, to the tune of GBP131m.

Net outflows from equities in July by institutional investors were GBP53m, significantly lower than the GBP529m of net outflows in June. However, there were net outflows by institutional investors from bond funds in July of GBP87m, compared to GBP477m of net inflows in June.

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