Investors are considerably less interested in investing abroad during the first half of 2012, according to the latest findings from CoreData Research.

International shares have seen the greatest deviation in outlook sentiment, dropping 38 points, from 58 to 20, according to CoreData’s bi-annual survey.

The survey, completed at the end of last year, found that cash and money market assets was the most attactive asset class.

The UK is also predicted to prove an unpopular choice during 2012, the survey found, as the outlook sentiment for investing in the UK fell from 25 points to just three.

Investors are feeling increasingly optimistic about investment opportunities in the Middle East and Japan, while enthusiasm for investing in Europe ex-UK dropped considerably, from -23 to -65.

Published: 26 January 2012
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