Global ETFs grow by €495bn in 2019

Europe takes record-breaking €104bn share

James Baxter-Derrington
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The majority of Europe's net new assets was taken by fixed income (€55bn)
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The majority of Europe's net new assets was taken by fixed income (€55bn)

The global ETF market attracted nearly half a trillion euros (€495bn) in 2019, with equities taking more than half of the global inflows (€251bn) and fixed income close behind with €229bn, according to data from Amundi Asset Management.

Europe saw another record-breaking year with €104bn of net new assets, the majority of which was taken by fixed income (€55bn), while the traditional outperformer, equity ETFs, enticed €48bn. In the...

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