US equity out of favour as ETP inflows drop to 2021 low

Sustainable, tech and fixed income set record highs

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US equity out of favour as ETP inflows drop to 2021 low

Inflows into global exchange traded products (ETPs) hit their lowest level in July since the Autumn of 2020 as investors turned away from equities in favour of fixed income.

ETP inflows fell 45% in July to $75.5bn, according to the latest Global ETP Flow data from iShares, compared with June's $135bn. Global ETF assets reach $7trn The report stated that this was...

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