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ETF flows at an  all-time annual high....

By Marlène Hassine Konqui, Head of ETF Research and Kristo Durbaku, ETF Research Analyst


ETF flows accelerated further in November as persistent, and synchronized, global economic growth supported developed market equities and bonds. Flows into ETFs are already much higher than the previous annual record, set in 2015.

What happened last month?

ETF flows accelerated again in November  to EUR10.4bn vs. EUR7.0 last month

Yearly flows of EUR88.6bn are already significantly above the previous record  of EUR71bn

-Very strong month for  Equity ETFs : € 6.8bn  €3.0bn

- Fixed income flows  nearly tripled : €3.0bn

- Strong rebound  for Commodities ETFs:  €560 M

- Smart Beta ETFs flows slowed slightly : €306M

What were the major trends?

Equity flows accelerated again : €6.8bn

Fixed income  flows nearly tripled : €3.0bn

Rebound confirmed  for Investment-grade credit

The risk reward ratio on the US IG credit market still looks attractive in a very low rate environment, although the outlook  for credit is less certain next year

The dovish tone of Draghi’s speech last month may have boosted European IG bonds ETFs inflows

€1.6bn

ETF flows at an all-time annual high

ETFs on the rise: €88.6bn

Total AUM is up 22% since 2016 : €629bn

Source: ETFWorld

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