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Global net ETP inflows hit USD89.97bn in September


Global net inflows into ETPs reached USD89.97 billion over September according to data providers ETFGI.

That figure brings year-to-date net inflows to a record USD924.18 billion which is higher than the USD486.67 billion gathered at this point last year.

However, according to ETFGI assets invested in the global ETFs/ETPs industry have decreased marginally by 2.3 per cent from USD9.73 trillion at the end of August 2021, to USD9.50 trillion at the end of September.
The 28th month of consecutive net inflows saw equity ETFs and ETPs listed globally gathering a record USD632.81 billion in YTD net inflows 2021.

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