Have MPF returns bottomed?

5th May 2022 HISTORY SAYS “YES” AS EMPF AND SUSTAINABLE INVESTING PRINCIPLES OPEN UP BETTER RETURN OUTCOMES MPF Ratings’ April MPF Performance Survey has now been uploaded. MPF, as measured by the MPFR All Fund Performance Index, saw a -4.71% decline in April equivalent to monthly dollar loss of -$53.9bnand a 2022 accumulated loss of -$130.1bn or -10.54% (See Table …

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Leading MPF commentator calls for further savings incentives

19th April 2022 Tax deductions underpin strong MPF inflows MPF Ratings’ March MPF Asset Class Fund Flows Summary has now been uploaded. Key points are as follows: MPF records highest monthly and quarterly net fund inflows since the introduction of Tax Deductible Voluntary Contributions (TVC) in April 2019. March and Q1 2022 saw estimated inflows …

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MPF system produces surprise result as market uncertainties grow

14th March 2022 Latest inflow data shows strong support for MPF MPF Ratings’ February MPF Asset Class Fund Flows Summary has now been uploaded. Key points are as follows: MPF recorded exceptionally strong net fund inflows in February; totalling $5bn (See table 1); the 3rd highest monthly net inflow since 2018. February inflows were 17% …

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-$26bn loss adds to MPF’s 2022 performance woes

3rd March 2022 MPF expert urges members not to panic and remain invested MPF Ratings’ February MPF Performance Survey has now been uploaded. Key points are as follows: MPF’s collective investment loss totalled -$26bn in February, an average loss of -$5,700 for MPF’s 4.5m members, taking MPF’s year-to-date collective investment loss to -$61.2bn, or an …

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-$70bn loss for MPF members as Ukraine situation escalates and local pandemic situation worsens

24th February 2022 US market enters correction territory compounding 2022’s difficult start Key points are as follows: MPF on track for losses exceeding -$35bn in February, taking 2022 year-to-date (YTD) losses to beyond -$70bn. The worst two month start during the pandemic period starting in 2020. On a per member basis, losses expected to be …

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