Eurostoxx 50 investors 'unintentionally making a bet on financials', according to research

Tobam's analysis of financial markets diversification suggests that eurozone indexes might not be as diversified as investors believe

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Investing in the Eurostoxx 50 index is not a neutral risk allocation but rather implies a strong weighting toward financials, according to Paris-based asset manager Tobam's first monthly analysis of the diversification of key indexes using the Diversification Ratio (DR2) method.

The ratio, which measures the extent to which a portfolio is diversified by using a monthly analysis of the evolution of diversification in key indexes, reveals that while the volatility of the Eurostoxx 50 index was 21%

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