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Just one Nordic country reports net inflow despite buoyant stock markets in October 

Nordic fund investors redeemed from most asset classes in October, and AMWatch has taken a closer look at the year-to-date net flows to the different asset classes in each of the four Nordic countries.

Most Nordic investors tried to shield themselves during October. | Photo: Jens Dresling/Politiken/Ritzau Scanpix

October brought some relief to financial markets, resulting in increased assets under management in the Nordic fund markets. Still, three countries saw net outflows in October.

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