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Stoxx Europe 600 sector ETFs see USD103m net inflows


Stoxx Europe 600 sector exchange-traded funds saw USD103.0m net inflows during the week ending 2nd July, research by BlackRock shows.

The largest sector ETF inflows were in industrial goods and services with USD46.9m and chemicals with USD31.9m.

Banks experienced net outflows of USD50.0m.

Year-to-date, media has seen the largest net inflows with USD283.2m net new assets, followed by industrial goods and services with USD94.9m.

Banks sector ETFs have seen the largest net outflows with USD210.4m YTD.

In total, Stoxx Europe 600 sector ETFs have seen USD539.9m net outflows YTD.

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