- Global growth optimism jumped the most in 20 years to an 18-month high in the November Global Fund Manager Survey from Bank of America Merrill Lynch.
- Now, investors are piling back into equities and out of safer assets like bonds and cash to capture new market highs, according to the survey.
- Fifty-two percent of fund managers surveyed said that equities will be the best-performing asset class in 2020, followed by commodities and cash.
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