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US fixed income ETFs see strong gains


Ultumus’s monthly overview for the US ETF market reveals that at the end of June 2017, there were 1,830 US ETFs with assets of USD2,886 billion.

The firm reports that assets in ETFs tracking the S&P 500 & QQQ saw outflows of USD5,315 million and the the VanEckVectors Gold Mining ETF had outflows of USD970 million or 11 per cent of its assets under management.

Assets in the iShares Core products MSCI EAFE ETF, S&P 500 ETF and US Agg Bond ETF all experienced strong inflows in excess of USD2 billion each along with the SPDR Fin Sel Sector ETF. Assets in US fixed income ETFs saw gains of over USD4 billion for the month and the iShares ETF range was the largest winner this month increasing more than USD12 billion.

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