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Exchange-traded funds and similar products that track the price of gold saw net outflows of 56 tonnes ($2.5bn) during the first quarter of the year, according to a World Gold Council report
Investors turning to more dynamic strategies to access commodities
Investors' expectations of global growth have dipped, according to a Bank of America Merrill Lynch survey of fund managers
Asian investors broaden their exposure as they seek diversification from the US dollar
Asia-Pacific insurance sector leans further towards structured products
EDHEC and Russell team up for Solvency II benchmark indexes
BAML offers Pairs exposure strategy for equities and ETFs
Sowing the seeds of growth
BNP Paribas says the current focus on global macro factors means now is the time to get back into stock selection and European equities
Asian investors love liquidity but drawn to risk, says BarCap survey
Known for their high volatility and extreme sensitivity to natural and geopolitical factors, soft commodities are nonetheless being added to the mix of structured products on offer
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