European ETP Monthly Highlights (Assets & Flows): Assets : European ETPs AUM increased by €10bn on MoM basis andended the month at €551bn…
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Deutsche Bank : European Monthly ETF Market Review for Januar 2017
Flows : European domiciled ETPs registered strong inflows of +€11.2bn. Equity ETFs were dominant with inflows of +€7.2bn followed by Fixed Income (+€2.9bn) and Commodity ETPs (+€1.2bn).
New Product Launches – 8 new products
European ETP market witnessed 8 new products: Fixed Income (5), Equity (2) and Commodity (1) ETFs.
Investment Themes for the Month
– Pan European equities drew significant inflows, (+€1bn) continuing with the trend reversal observed since Q316. US (+€1.8bn) and Switzerland (+ €0.6bn) were also beneficiaries. EM saw net ouflows of -€0.4bn.
– Smart Beta attracted +€1.2bn of inflows primarily through Dividend and Value ETFs. In other segments, the Financials sector (+€313mn) and Small Cap ETFs (+€253mn) also had notable gains.
– Corporates and Sovereigns were the drivers of +.€1.2bn of inflows into the Fixed Income segment.
– Broad commodity (+€0.7bn) and Gold based ETPs (+€0.4bn) collected most of overall commodity flows.
Turnover: MoM turnover activity down by 14%
The total turnover activity into European ETPs was down by 14% (€65.8bn) from the previous month’s total (€76.7bn).
Price premium/discount to NAV monitor
Within Equity, deepest discount in Sector (-0.25%) and highest premium (0.27%) occurred within Country ETFs while in Fixed Income, deepest discount (-0.23%) in Broad ETFs and highest premium (0.40%) were in Corporate Bond ETFs.