ETF Snapshot: Government bonds record first outflows since June

Small outflows of €78m

Tom Eckett
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Government bonds saw outflows of €78m
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Government bonds saw outflows of €78m

In the week ending 6 October, government bond ETFs was the only fixed income asset class in the red, according to data from TrackInsight, as central banks globally signal a reversal in loose monetary policy.

Government bonds saw outflows of €78m, the asset class's first since 16 June, as investors prepared for a tightening of monetary policy from the Bank of England in November, typically seen as negative...

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