Inflows to global ETFs slowed in April

Marked decrease from March

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On a regional ETF flow breakdown for the year so far, the US was leagues ahead
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On a regional ETF flow breakdown for the year so far, the US was leagues ahead

While global exchange-traded funds gained €281bn during the first four months of the year, in April these strategies gained just €23bn, around a fifth of the €109bn added the previous month.

According to data compiled by Amundi Asset Management, in the equity space there were net outflows over April of €12.4bn in the US, while European UCITS ETFs inflows remained positive for this month, gaining...

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