Investors turn from listed to unlisted equities, Blackrock report shows

According to a global survey, the prospect of an economic slump is prompting investors to retreat from public equities and allocate more funds to private equity and real estate.
Photo: /ritzau/AP/Richard Dew/
Photo: /ritzau/AP/Richard Dew/
By Hella Andersen

In the face of mounting concerns that the economic cycle could be heading downwards, institutional investors as a whole are avoid publicly-listed equities in favor of real estate and private equity, a global survey by asset manager Blackrock reveals.

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