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Global ETF assets decreased in June  


The global ETFs industry gathered net inflows of USD45.94 billion US dollars during June, bringing year-to-date net inflows to USD463.81 billion, according to ETFGI.

During June 2022, assets invested globally in the ETF/ETP industry decreased by 6.4 per cent, from USD9.46 trillion at the end of May to USD8.86 trillion.

Assets decreased 13.7 per cent in H1 2022, going from USD10.27 trillion at the end of 2021 to USD8.86 trillion, according to the firm. H1 2022 net inflows of USD463.81 billion are the second highest on record, after net inflows in H1 2021 of USD659.25 billion, and USD1.10 trillion in net inflows were gathered in the past 12 months, after 37 months of consecutive net inflows.




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