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US-listed ETF turnover sees 4.4 per cent weekly decline

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US exchange traded fund turnover declined by 4.4 per cent on the previous week, while the monthly average daily turnover declined to USD111.3bn, according to Deutsche Bank analysts.

US exchange traded fund turnover declined by 4.4 per cent on the previous week, while the monthly average daily turnover declined to USD111.3bn, according to Deutsche Bank analysts.

Turnover in the S&P 500 SPDR was USD40.6bn.

The UltraShort S&P 500 ProShares had turnover of USD7bn, followed by the PowerShares QQQ Nasdaq 100 with turnover of USD5.9bn.

Short-related ETF turnover declined by nine per cent to USD20.1bn, although short products remained the second largest category of ETFs after large cap ETFs.

Among emerging country ETFs, turnover in the iShares FTSE/Xinhua China ETF was USD1.48bn, followed by the iShares MSCI Brazil ETF with turnover of USD706m.

In developed market flows iShares MSCI Japan had turnover of USD328m.

In non-US regional flows emerging market turnover was USD3.12bn, while in developed markets regional flows EAFE had turnover of USD1.85bn.

There were no new ETFs listed in the US on the last week.

Total assets under management rose by one per cent to USD418bn on the previous week.

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