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Mexico: Fund Managers Like What They See, But it Slips Among Popular Emerging Markets

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Mexico returned to the preferences of investors global fund in February, but slipped along with Brazil, among the eight most wanted in emerging markets by fund managers, according to results from the monthly survey of Merrill Lynch Bank of America.

Original Article Text From El Economista Mexico via Google Translate :

Mexico, Preferred By Investors

Mexico returned to the preferences of investors global fund in February, and slipped along with Brazil, among the eight most wanted emerging markets managers, according to results from the monthly survey of Merrill Lynch Bank of America (BofA-MLynch) .

In the second month of the year, these two markets in Latin America were the largest reallocation of investments in equities, according to the managers surveyed, ranging from 10 to 60% of portfolios.

The results of the survey of 277 fund managers from the five continents, Europe’s financial situation continues to impact on investor sentiment. Specifically in the financial sector.

Thus, 12% of European managers recognized that remains underweight banks in their portfolios that region, a position that identify consultants BofA – MLynch as extremely negative.

The survey applied between 2 and 9 February showed that investors see a recovery in liquidity conditions and the ease of commercial transactions in the month running.

Furthermore, 32% of respondents described positive liquidity versus 7% who considered negative in January. This ratio is the most optimistic from the survey since October 2007 when he joined this question.

OPTIMISM MACRO
The most recent survey, conducted between March and February 9, shows that 11% of respondents believe that the global economy will strengthen in the next twelve months, while in January 27% foresaw a worsening economy.

This renewed confidence of capital markets is based on this increased perception of economic growth.

In this regard, Michael Hartnett, chief strategist at Global Securities in BofA – MLynch Global Research, stressed that the economic data could be helping the recovery of improving liquidity.

The results showed that one in five investors think that a global recession is unlikely.

They believe that thrives in China will begin to slow.

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From El Economista Mexico

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