ETF Snapshot: US large caps only asset class to record outflows

Outflows of €4.5bn

Tom Eckett
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US large caps saw outflows of €4.5bn
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US large caps saw outflows of €4.5bn

In the week ending 15 September, US large cap ETFs was the only asset class in the red, according to data from TrackInsight, as investors took profits on soaring US stocks.

US equity markets have continued to grind upwards this year, with the S&P 500 rising 13.7% year to date and 3.3% over the past month. As a result, the asset class saw outflows of €4.5bn as investors...

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