Refinitiv : European ETF Market in April 2019

Refinitiv: The promoters of ETFs in Europe enjoyed net inflows for April. These inflows led, in combination with a positive performance of the underlying markets, to increased assets under management in the European ETF industry….

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By Detlef Glow, Lipper’s head of EMEA research at Refinitiv

In more detail, the assets under management in the European ETF industry increased from €725.2 bn as of March 31, 2019, to €746.7 bn at the end of April.

The increase of €21.5 bn for April was driven by the performance of the underlying markets (+€17.8 bn), while net sales contributed inflows of €3.7 bn to assets under management in the European ETF segment.

With regard to the overall number of products, it was not surprising equity funds (€521.2 bn) held the majority of the assets, followed by bond funds (€195.4 bn), commodity products (€18.6 bn), “other” funds (€5.5 bn), money market funds (€3.7 bn), mixed-asset funds (€1.7 bn), and alternative UCITS products (€0.6 bn).

Source: ETFWorld


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