European ETF market opens 2021 breaking €1trn barrier

One year after surpassing $1trn

James Baxter-Derrington
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The sector saw €15.2bn in positive inflows in January
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The sector saw €15.2bn in positive inflows in January

The European ETF market has broken the €1trn barrier, one year after surpassing $1trn in assets under management (AUM), according to data from Refinitiv Lipper.

Positive inflows drove the greatest growth in AUM over January 2021, adding €15.2bn, while market performance added €1.1bn, bringing the total AUM of the European ETF industry to €1.01trn from €992.6bn...

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