ETF snapshot: US large-cap vehicles top chart in strong week

Followed by small caps

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The end of April saw a bumper performance from US large-cap ETFs globally
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The end of April saw a bumper performance from US large-cap ETFs globally

During the week ending 28 April, US large-cap ETFs globally have seen the highest inflows of €11.5bn, according to data from TrackInsight, while small-cap stock ETFs were also particularly popular, gathering €3.8bn during the period.

Asian large-cap stocks were the least popular, taking in only €94m. However, all broad ETF categories across regional stocks and bonds have enjoyed positive flows during the period. Moody's: Passives will overtake active funds in US by 2024 In the bond space, developed investment grade bond ETFs took in the highest amount of money at €1.8bn, while emerging bonds were the least popular, but still gathered €418m of net inflows. The data covers both US and European-listed ETFs that in combination make up around 70% of the total market.  This is the first in a new series giving a...

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