US large-cap ETFs rake in €18bn in September as risk sentiment returns

TrackInsight data

Anna Fedorova
Which ETFs took in money over the past month?

Which ETFs took in money over the past month?

US large-cap stocks ETFs enjoyed in the highest inflows during September, according to the latest data from TrackInsight, with net sales of €18.4bn following a lacklustre August as equities continue to yo-yo in and out of investors' favour.

The inflows came despite the continued threat of a trade war escalation between the US and China, significantly boosting the year-to-date intake of the asset class, which now stand at €40.8bn. Global...

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