Key data: German open-ended funds

Cate, Bert Erik ten
November 2008
EuroProperty;11/17/2008, p13
Trade Publication
The article offers information on the performance of German open-ended funds. The funds have reported €841 million of outflows in August 2008. They have also posted a loss of €841 million of inflows in September from €452.7 in August. Moreover, eleven funds, which were monitored by BVI, were frozen to stem more outflows.


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