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Ultumus reports US ETF assets up 3.2 per cent in October

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Financial data managers Ultumus has reported that at the end of October 2017 there were 2,079 ETFs domiciled in the US with assets of USD3,233 billion from 93 product issuers and 132 index providers.

Assets increased by USD100.2 billion (or 3.2 per cent) in October in the US, with net inflows of USD52.3 billion. Ultumus reports that iShares saw the largest net inflows for the month in the US with USD18.5 billion, followed by Vanguard with USD13.2 billion and SPDR with USD8.3 billion, while ProShares experienced the largest net outflows of USD655 million.
ETFs tracking S&P Dow Jones indices saw the largest net inflows for the month, in the US, with USD17.8 billion, followed by FTSE Russell based indices with USD9.3 billion and Bloomberg with USD7.2 billion, while ICE based products experienced the largest net outflows of USD1.9 billion.

In Europe, Ultumus reports that assets increased by USD14.1 billion (or 1.9 per cent) in October, with net inflows of USD8.1 billion. At the end of October 2017 there were 2,440 products domiciled in Europe across 2,973 share classes, with assets of USD755.0 billion from 45 product issuers and 69 index providers.

iShares saw the largest net inflows for the month in Europe with USD3.1 billion, followed by DBX with USD1.7 billion and Lyxor with USD671 million, while Boost saw the largest net outflows of USD53 million.

Products tracking MSCI indices saw the largest net inflows for the month, in Europe, gathering USD4.1 billion, followed by products tracking Markit indices with USD1.1 billion, while Barclays based products experienced the largest net outflows of USD547 million.

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