Ongoing Sluggish Recovery from Ried Thunberg ICAP, an independent research firm and a unit of ICAP, the interdealer broker, issued Sept. 13:
Sentiment indices remained bearish in the RT-ICAP Money Manager Sentiment Survey for the week ending Sept. 10. The near-term, end-of-December (pushed out from September) index was 44. The inaugural end-of-June '11 index was 43. Twenty two money managers controlling $1,337 billion in assets participated in the survey. Treasury and Agency portfolio allocations fell to 31% from 38% the week prior and corporate and sovereign allocations fell to 21% from 31% as investment managers shifted into cash equivalents, apparently because of uncertainty.
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