Fund investors in two Nordic countries defied negative August

Although total assets under management on all four Nordic fund markets declined in August, Swedes and Norwegians generated inflow. Meanwhile, Danish and Finnish investors held back.

In August, financial markets experienced new turbulence and reductions in assets under management in all of the four Nordic fund markets. | Photo: Jens Dresling/Ritzau Scanpix

After July was one of the best months in years, financial markets went south again in August, resulting in assets under management declining on the Nordic fund markets.

Net flows were mixed, with Sweden and Norway attracting new money in August, while Denmark and Finland saw net redemptions.

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