'Long emerging markets' most crowded trade for first time - BofAML

Monthly fund manager survey

Tom Eckett
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A long position in emerging markets has been cited as the most crowded trade in the market for the first time in the BofAML survey's history
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A long position in emerging markets has been cited as the most crowded trade in the market for the first time in the BofAML survey's history

A long position in emerging markets has been cited as the most crowded trade in the market for the first time in the Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BofAML) survey's history.

The survey of 218 participants with $625bn of assets under management ran between 1-7 February and found 18% of respondents said long EM was the most crowded trade. This marks a major turnaround from...

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