Italy: investments to cover stocks exposed to credit risk 2017, by type

This chart illustrates the distribution of investments to cover stocks exposed to credit risk in Italy as of March 2017, broken down by type of investments. According to data, private placements were the leading type of investments used to cover stocks exposed to credit risk, accounting for nearly 34 percent of the total market. Moreover, credit and debit funds accounted for 20 percent of the investments used to cover stocks exposed to credit risk.

Distribution of investments to cover stocks exposed to credit risk in Italy as of March 2017, by type

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Source

Release date

June 2017

Region

Italy

Survey time period

March 31, 2017

Supplementary notes

* This category includes a combination of different mixed funds.
The source does not provide any additional information regarding the survey.

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