The US exchange-traded products industry saw total inflows of USD1.0bn during the week ending 16 July, research by Deutsche Bank shows.
Fixed income had inflows of USD1.6bn, whereas equity, commodity and currency ETPs experienced outflows of USD587m, USD3m and USD17m, respectively.
Within equity ETPs, emerging markets regional ETPs received the largest inflows (USD0.8bn) followed by leveraged short ETPs, while small cap ETPs saw the largest outflows (USD1.0bn).
The fixed income ETPs space saw strong inflows again this week, with corporates ETPs (USD734m) and sovereign ETPs (USD400m) leading the positive flows.
Commodity ETPs were almost neutral and no major trend was observed.
There were 13 new listings in the week, all of them listed on NYSE Arca. DirexionShares launched two sets of leverage ETFs offering long and short exposure to the retail and natural gas sectors. BlackRock launched a range of ETFs offering exposure to nine global ex-US sectors.
After a couple of months of high turnover, average daily turnover has dropped to pre-May levels. Turnover was USD71bn, dropping 3.4 per cent from the previous week.
US ETPs assets under management remained at around the same level totalling USD792bn at the end of the week. Equity ETPs account for 72 per cent of the assets with USD570bn, followed by fixed income funds with USD138bn and 17 per cent of market share.