The number of institutional investors taking “above normal” risk has risen to its highest level since January 2006, according to Bank of America/Merrill Lynch’s April survey of fund managers.
Michael Hartnett, the chief global equities strategist at BofA/Merrill Lynch Global Research described the thinking as a “Goldilocks scenario of above trend growth and benign inflation."
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