ETFs continued to enjoy inflows in November

Global inflows into exchange-traded funds (ETFs) amounted to €52.5 billion in November of which €9.6 billion came from Europe, according to figures from French fund giant Amundi.

Globally, €43.4 billion went into equity ETFs in November of which €6.8 billion came from Europe.

In the eleven months to November, ETFs attracted €554 billion globally.

Within Europe, €1.8 billion in November went into US equity ETFs and €673 million went into ETFs exposed to European stocks.

In the bond markets, ETFs continued to benefit from solid flows during the month, at €9.5 billion globally, of which €2.5 billion came from Europe.

Sovereign bonds continued to be shunned by European investors and lost €203 million in favour of corporate bonds, which saw inflows of €1.5 billion.

In terms of exposure to specific countries, European investors in November favoured China, ploughing in €316 million.

Within the smart beta ETF universe, multi-factor strategies were the most popular in November, enjoying inflows of  €338 million.

The two types of ETFs most affected by withdrawals were German ETFs, which saw withdrawals of €305 million, and small caps, down €213 million.

©2017 funds europe

HAVE YOU READ?

THOUGHT LEADERSHIP

Innovative US companies are providing some of the solutions to the climate crisis and transition to a more sustainable economy. We see potential opportunities in areas including renewable energy and…
FIND OUT MORE
This white paper outlines key challenges impeding the growth of private markets and explores how technological innovation can provide solutions to unlock access to private market funds for a growing…
DOWNLOAD NOW

IRELAND SPOTLIGHT

Visit our dedicated Ireland channel for all the latest news and analysis on the country's investment industry.
READ MORE

PRIVATE MARKETS FUND ADMIN REPORT

Private_Markets_Fund_Admin_Report

LATEST PODCAST