BlackRock report: ETP inflows slow in September

Market remains generally positive despite uncertainties

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Inflows into global exchange-traded products (ETPs) slowed in September, but remained generally positive despite market volatility, according to a report by BlackRock.

Investors added a net $82.4bn to global ETPs during the month - just slightly down on August's $96.5bn. Emerging market equity funds led the gains, attracting nearly $9 billion of net inflows making it the largest month for exposure since March, the fund manager stated. This pickup in emerging market ETP flows came alongside a fall in US equity flows, which dropped from $48.5bn in August to $28.2bn. Energy ETFs thrive in September European equity flows also fell flat, hitting their lowest level since October 2020, which was the last time there were net outflows from the asset cl...

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