Amundi: European ETF inflows nearly match US counterparts in January

Equities dominate

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European ETFs attract over €26bn inflows
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European ETFs attract over €26bn inflows

The European-registered ETF market attracted inflows of €26.9bn in January, an “historic high” nearly matching the US ETF industry, according to analysis by French fund manager Amundi.

The firm said: "ESG strategies continued its strong performance gaining €4.9bn. In light with the current market environment, Value and Financials had massive in-flows with €2.2bn and €2.6bn respectively.  "Both European-registered ETFs and equity ETF inflows reached record highs of €23bn. Allocations to price sensitive strategies were lower than in previous months." Flows into European ETFs almost matched their US counterparts, while the Asian ETF market lagged. Global ETF assets break $10trn barrier US ETFs saw over €30bn of inflows, while Asia ETFs attracted over €10bn, bring...

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