Equity funds in the UK bounced back with inflows of £648m (€767.17m) in October 2019, after record outflows of £4.6bn (€5.32bn) in the third quarter of the year.
According to temporary data from Spanish asset management association Inverco, assets under management in the local fund industry reached €272.97bn as of end November 2019.
French AuM declined on the whole in 2018 after expanding for five years, according to AMF figures.
World Bank and Credit Suisse issued a US$ 28.6m five-year Sustainable Development Bond for sustainable use of oceans and coastal areas.
Swiss investment funds stood at CHF 1,195bn (€1,089bn) at the end of October, recording a month-on-month increase of CHF 12.5bn (1.05%).
Norwegian retail investors invested NOK 565m (€55.85m) in mutual funds in October, while foreign investors pumped in NOK 438m (€43.30m) into Norwegian securities during the same month.
Foreign bond funds appealed to Danish investors in the first 10 months of 2019, registering net new inflows of DKK 7.6bn (€1.01bn).
Assets under management in the 279 funds marketed in Hungary amounted to HUF 2.98trn (€8.91bn) as of 31 October 2019.