Market turmoil causes noticeable loss of appetite for mutual funds

In the first half of 2022, retail investors have invested far less in Danish mutual funds than usually – a fact made evident in a ranking of how the funds have navigated H1’s choppy waters.

Photo: Finn Frandsen

2022 has not proved a good year for neither equities nor bonds, and private investors have put less money into Danish mutual funds than normally.

In the year’s first six months, a total of DKK 24.1bn (EUR 3.2bn) has been injected in investment funds targeting private investors in the country.

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