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Ipreo Global Equity Assets Report “GEAR” – Q3 2014

Institutions maintained the buying momentum from Q1 to Q2 as all regions recorded net capital inflows during the period for the fourth consecutive quarter. Japan continued its position from last quarter as the region with the greatest level of net purchases, posting a 3.1% net increase, as the Bank of Japan continues to expand its monetary base at an annual pace of 60-70 trillion yen in order to achieve its 2% inflation target. North America posted a 1.3% net increase, ahead of last quarter’s 0.7% net gain in capital flows. Q2 saw rising dollar values across the board, with Japan and Asia/Pacific Ex. Japan coming in at 9.5% and 8.7% respectively, a sharp reversal from last quarter’s 4.0% and 1.6% declines. Additionally, the Middle East/Africa saw a 7.5% uptick in dollar value as the region’s oil production and exports grew in response to the global economic recovery.

Ipreo Global Equity Assets Report “GEAR” – Q2 2014

Institutions maintained the buying momentum from Q1 to Q2 as all regions recorded net capital inflows during the period for the fourth consecutive quarter. Japan continued its position from last quarter as the region with the greatest level of net purchases, posting a 3.1% net increase, as the Bank of Japan continues to expand its monetary base at an annual pace of 60-70 trillion yen in order to achieve its 2% inflation target. North America posted a 1.3% net increase, ahead of last quarter’s 0.7% net gain in capital flows. Q2 saw rising dollar values across the board, with Japan and Asia/Pacific Ex. Japan coming in at 9.5% and 8.7% respectively, a sharp reversal from last quarter’s 4.0% and 1.6% declines. Additionally, the Middle East/Africa saw a 7.5% uptick in dollar value as the region’s oil production and exports grew in response to the global economic recovery.

Ipreo Global Equity Assets Report “GEAR” – Q1 2014

Institutions continued the buying momentum from Q4 to Q1 as all recorded net capital inflows during the period for the third consecutive quarter. Japan saw the greatest level of net purchases in the quarter, posting a 3.6% net increase, driven by the Bank of Japan’s continued commitment to easy monetary policy in an effort to attain its 2% inflation target. Europe posted a 2.5% net increase, comparing favorably t o last quarter’s 0.9% net increase in capital flows. Q1 saw more modest security prices changes, with North America and Europe coming in at +2.2% and +1.7%, respectively, down from last quarter’s 9.4% and 8.1% gains. Latin America saw a 1.8% advance in security prices, a large swing from the prior quarter’s 16.8% drop as the region recovers from political and economic turmoil.
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