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äóģFool Me Once...äó¯: Did U.S. Investors Play It Safer in the European Debt Crisis?
Carol C. Bertaut (au); Fang Cai (au); Nyssa Kim (au)
This study examines U.S. investorsäó» portfolio investment patterns since the global financial crisis, particularly since the European debt crisis that began in late 2009. During the global financial crisis during 2007-2009, U.S. investors experienced significant valuation losses and pulled back notably from their foreign investment, especially from foreign debt. In contrast, while they have also incurred sizable losses on cross-border investment during the European debt crisis, U.S. investors so far have not shown any increase in home bias, and they have not even pulled back from their long-term investments in Europe. U.S. investors have continued to invest in European securities, particularly in government debt, but have made little new investment in the financial sector. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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