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Alina Lamy

Alina Lamy is a senior project manager on the quantitative research team at Morningstar.

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Morningstar Markets Observer--Q4 2021 Data

In this quarterly collection of charts and analysis, we offer new and timely macroeconomic and markets data that you can use with clients to discuss trends, set appropriate risk and return expectations, and explain investment behavior.

Investors Embrace U.S. Stocks, Sort Of

U.S. equity funds saw inflows in October, but those flows were still well behind those going to international-equity and taxable bond.

Investors Prefer Bonds

Taxable bond funds remained popular last month, and the sector equity category group took a surprising second place.

Have U.S. Equity Funds Turned a Corner?

These funds have been in positive-flow territory for four consecutive months, though taxable-bond funds continued to dominate the fund-flows story in February.

Funds Flows Sluggish in August

Intermediate-term bond funds remain popular kids, and emerging-markets funds get some attention, too.

U.S. Economy: A One-Trick Pony

The consumer-related categories have been the only engines really driving economic growth, writes Morningstar's Bob Johnson.

More About Alina Lamy

Alina Lamy is a senior project manager on the quantitative research team at Morningstar. She writes the firm’s monthly asset flows commentary on open-end mutual funds and exchange-traded funds. She provides research, data analysis, graphics, and editorial coverage for multiple Morningstar publications including the Morningstar Markets Observer, Image Library, Article Library, and Andex charts. Alina has been quoted in the Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, Bloomberg, and Barron’s.

Lamy holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology and a master’s degree in business administration from the Illinois Institute of Technology.

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