Global ETP flows slow in November amid concerns over Omicron

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Global ETPs attracted $86.5bn in November
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Global ETPs attracted $86.5bn in November

Global inflows into ETPs slowed in November as risk appetite dropped off towards the end of the month over concerns surrounding the Omicron variant of Covid-19.

According to the latest flow data from BlackRock, the fall in flows came as a result of slowed buying across both equity and fixed income. Overall, investors allocated net $86.5bn to global ETPs in November, down from $114.2bn the previous month. Equities attracted $72bn of investment while bond ETPs attracted $14bn, reaching their lowest level since March 2020 when $28bn was lost. Inflation-linked ETPs see record inflows in October Emerging markets equities were "relatively bright" with flows picking up to $8.1bn amid a drop off in buying of other equity exposures across the bo...

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