$800 Billion In AUM Says It’s Too Late To Save The Global Economy

$800 Billion In AUM Says It’s Too Late To Save The Global Economy

The damage is done. That's the message from the 57 fund managers who participated in BofA's latest rates and FX sentiment survey, conducted from October 4 through October 9. Respondents came from the US, the UK, Europe and Asia and together control more than $800 billion in AUM. Asked to choose from a variety of statements regarding the prospects for the flagging global economy, respondents overwhelmingly chose "The global uncertainty shock has been so persistent that lasting damage has been d
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5 thoughts on “$800 Billion In AUM Says It’s Too Late To Save The Global Economy

    1. More people globally living in poverty, more environmental destruction, more money spent on armaments and armies, more shouting and less listening. More misery and unhappiness. #MAGA

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