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May 22, 2011

Dana Investasi Negara Berkembang Keluar $1,6 M

Pasar Modal – Sabtu, 21 Mei 2011 | 10:29 WIB

INILAH.COM, New York – Investor sebaiknya lebih berhati-hati dalam mengambil risiko. Pasalnya, dana investasi (equity funds) dari negara berkembang telah keluar US$1,64 miliar pada pekan yang berakhir 18 Mei.

Demikian menurut pelacak dana EPFR Global. Ini adalah pekan pertama sejak pekan ketiga Maret lalu, ketika aliran dana investasi terlihat keluar dari negara berkembang.

Kecenderungan di emerging market ini sejalan dengan pasar global yang lebih luas, karena berdasarkan dana investasi yang dilacak oleh EPFR secara keseluruhan, ada aliran keluar sebesar US$ 7 miliar pada akhir pekan ini. Kebalikan dengan dana obligasi yang meraup dana bersih US$ 4,59 miliar.

“Kami menilai, kekhawatiran atas laju pertumbuhan ekonomi AS telah membatasi arus masuk ke dalam ekuitas emerging market saat ini,” kata analis di Royal Bank of Scotland.

Tapi mereka mengharapkan aliran dana masuk untuk pasar pendapatan tetap tetap kuat, mengacu para US$ 612 juta yang dicapai selama pekan ini. Para analis RBS juga memperkirakan investor tetap tertarik pada pasar obligasi berdenominasi mata uang lokal negara berkembang, melihat terus mengalirnya dana ke obligasi mata uang lokal.

Dalam kelanjutan tren baru-baru ini, dana terus mengalir keluar dari sektor komoditas, sehingga jumlah total yang telah investor ditebus dari dana tersebut selama tiga pekan terakhir mencapai US$ 5 miliar. Dana investasi Rusia merugi dalam, khususnya akibat harga minyak yang lebih rendah. [ast]

UPDATE 1-Commodities top sector for fund inflows – EPFR
Fri, Apr 29 2011

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NEW YORK, April 29 (Reuters) – Commodity funds drew the most new cash among nine tracked sectors in the fourth week of April as investors sought to counter effects of a weaker dollar and rising inflation, EPFR Global said on Friday.

Commodities funds took in $961 million in the week, putting them on track to exceed the record $32 billion of 2010, said EPFR, which tracks fund flows.

Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke on Wednesday indicated the U.S. central bank would maintain its easy monetary policy. Investors believe the Fed’s policy will quicken the pace of inflation, making real assets like commodities a better store of value.

Gold and silver soared to record highs this week, busting above $1,560 an ounce and $49 an ounce, respectively. Silver has outperformed, gaining 41 percent since mid-March.

Funds focused on developed market stocks bounced back from a week of redemptions as U.S. equity portfolio flows reached a 10-week high at $5.61 billion. Japan equity funds took in the first new money in five weeks, albeit just $9 million.

EPFR cited positive results from corporate earnings reports, which helped push the Nasdaq Composite Index to a 10-year high and the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index up more than 8 percent this year. Investors in the week put $7.89 billion into equity funds and $3.04 billion into bond funds, it said.

Investors withdrew $876 million from European equity funds as concern of a debt default by Greece and consumer confidence in the region waned, EPFR said.

But European bond funds attracted cash, following flows into U.S. bond and global bond funds, it said. High-yield bond funds pulled in $606 million, taking year-to-date flows above $19 billion as investors sought returns that could overcome inflation and the weaker dollar, it said.

U.S. municipal bond funds recorded $566 million in redemptions, marking a 24th consecutive week of outflows as investors raised cash for tax payments, EPFR said. The funds have for months endured redemptions on concern that the fragile fiscal conditions across the United States were leading to a jump in defaults.

Money market fund flows totaled $20.9 billion in the week, the most in 20 weeks.

(Reporting by Al Yoon; Editing by Dan Grebler)

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