Amundi ETF

Amundi ETF: Market Flows analysis Europe and World September 2019

Amundi ETF : In September, the ETF market saw a positive scenario worldwide, in both equity and fixed income asset classes…

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Global Flows in September 2019

  • Total net flows: + €70 bn
  • Equities: + €42.8 bn
  • Fixed Income +€22.5bn
  • North American Equities: +€32.4 bn

Equity ETFs saw more than +42.8bn€ of net new assets across the globe.

These inflows were driven by North America stocks +32.3bn€ followed by World exposures with +5.9bn€ of inflows. Meanwhile, Japanese equities suffered outflows -1.2bn€ during the month, as well as emerging equities that continues to see outflows -2.2bn€ in September.

On the fixed income side, we continue to see positive inflows, with +22.5bn€ of net new assets. Within the asset class, this month investors favored Corporate Bonds that gathered more than +11bn€ followed by Aggregate bonds which raised close to +7bn€ of net new assets.

European Flows this month highlights

Equities : +12.3 bn

Looking at European flows, investors got interested back to World +5.3bn€ and North American +4.6bn€ exposures.

SRI equity exposures maintained a positive position in September +289m€ inflows.

Smart beta ETFs also saw positive flows +122m€ mostly on multi-factor +435m€, in the detriment of minimum volatility -372m€.

Looking at single country exposures, we observe positive flows on UK equities +1.7bn€. Within thematic ETFs, AI & Robotics gathered +313m€ inflows.

Bonds:  +5 bn

In Europe, Fixed Income ETFs remain on a positive trend and continued to benefit from inflows.

Differently from what we observed at global level, in Europe Government Debt ETFs were the most popular with +2.2bn€ inflows. Investors preferred in particular Emerging Markets debt, which gathered +1.2bn€ net new assets, followed by USA exposures that saw more than +1bn€ of inflows.

On Corporate side, that saw +1.5bn€ of inflows, investors keep on being exposed to Eurozone, with +733m€ net new assets.


Gold funds continued to attract investors attention in Europe and gathered close to +139m€ of net new assets in September

Source: ETFWorld

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