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April figures show ETF industry in Europe gathered USD17.10bn in April 2022

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The ETF industry in Europe gathered net inflows of USD17.10 billion during April, bringing year-to-date net inflows to USD66.82 billion according to ETFGI.

 

During the month, assets invested in the European ETF/ETP industry decreased by 6.2 per cent, from USD1.58 trillion at the end of March to USD1.48 trillion.

 

The firm writes that April 11th marked the 22nd anniversary of the listing of the first ETF in Europe.

YTD net inflows of USD45.54 billion for Equity ETFs listed in Europe are the second highest on record, after YTD net inflows in 2021 of USD63.00 billion.

 

 

 

 

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