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STOXX Europe 600 sector ETFs see USD1890.4m outflows

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STOXX Europe 600 sector ETFs saw net outflows of USD189.4m net outflows for the week ending 13 May 2011. The largest sector ETF net outflows last week were in oil and gas with USD114.8m followed by chemicals with USD81.9m net outflows while utilities experienced net inflows of USD31.3m.

 

Year to date, STOXX Europe 600 sector ETFs have seen USD367.9m net inflows. Oil and gas has seen the largest net inflows with USD352.4m, followed by banks with USD245.0m net inflows while basic resources experienced the largest net outflows with USD173.3m. As of 13 May 2011, there is USD10.6 Bn AUM invested in the STOXX sector ETFs which is almost double the USD6.6 Bn open interest in the sector futures. The ETF AUM is greater than the open interest in the corresponding futures contract in 15 out of 19 sectors.

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