Sustainable fund inflows dropped by over 60% in Q2 but still fared better than 'average' funds

$54.4bn decrease

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Fund flows fell significantly in Q2 but still fared better than the 'average' fund

Fund flows fell significantly in Q2 but still fared better than the 'average' fund

Inflows into sustainable equity funds dropped by 62% in Q2 this year relative to the first quarter, as market uncertainties created significant headwinds.

Sustainable funds captured $32.6bn of new net inflows in Q2, down from the $87bn received in Q1, data from Morningstar found. Analysts said that a combination of investors' concerns about a glob...

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