Total exchange-traded product inflows in the US added up to USD1.9bn during the week ending 29 October, according to a report by Deutsche Bank.
Equity, fixed income, commodity and currency ETPs had inflows of USD1.02bn, USD596m, USD125m and USD96m, respectively.
Within equity ETPs, emerging markets regional ETPs received the largest inflows (USD638m) followed by US sector ETPs, while small cap ETPs saw the largest outflows (USD566m).
The fixed income ETPs inflows were led by corporates ETPs (USD245m), followed by sovereign ETPs.
Commodity ETPs’ flows were lead by silver ETPs receiving USD428m inflows. On the other hand, gold ETPs with USD192m outflows recorded its second negative week.
There were three new products added to the ETP rack over the week, all of which chose NYSE Arca as the listing venue. The three products focus on niche market opportunities including rare earth/strategic metals related companies, silver bullion, and multi asset allocation active ETF of ETFs.
Driven mainly by a decrease in equity ETPs turnover, average daily turnover decreased by 2.5 per cent and totalled USD63bn at the end of the week.
Assets under management remained almost flat, but recorded a shy 0.5 per cent increase, enough to reach a new record high of USD930bn at the end of the week.