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As much as $2.1 billion could flow into Greece's Athens stock exchange (ATHEX) from November 26, when the Morgan Stanley Capital International (MSCI) index is scheduled to reclassify the local bourse as an emerging market, according to a report issued on Wednesday by Citigroup.
The US banking group’s report anticipates the flow of over $500 million in the first 16 days from so-called passive funds and another $1.6 billion from active funds after the repositioning of the local market in the 18th spot in the MSCI index, ahead of Hungary, the Czech Republic and Egypt, next month.
In fact the estimate for a net flow of $516 million from passive funds may well be rather conservative, because many passive management funds have already exited the Greek bourse due to its low bearing, so the outflow from the Athens Exchange’s demotion from the developed market category will amount to no more than $100 million, the Citigroup report notes writes Kathimerini.
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