exposition indicielle acheteuse

English translation: long index exposure

02:30 Dec 15, 2017
French to English translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial - Investment / Securities / Equity report
French term or phrase: exposition indicielle acheteuse
I'm translating an equity report for an asset-management company from French (France) to English (United Kingdom) and am having trouble with a phrase. Please find it below in a full sentence to give you full context:

'Par la suite, le sentiment global des investisseurs s'est inversé, et le Fonds a ajusté son exposition indicielle acheteuse dans le sillage du rebond des marchés actions.'

I was thinking along the lines of 'long indexed exposure'. Would that be the most appropriate choice?

Many thanks!
Matthew Valentine
United Kingdom
Local time: 20:20
English translation:long index exposure
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Rob Grayson
United Kingdom
Local time: 20:20
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long index exposure

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Rob Grayson
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Local time: 20:20
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Thanks! :)

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neutral  philgoddard: I think this is probably right, but you should explain why it's "long".
7 hrs
  -> A "position acheteuse" is a long position. Ditto for exposure. That's something you either know or you don't.
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