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Factoid of the Day Friday, September 21, 2018
ETFGI reported that total assets invested in ETFs/ETPs listed in the U.S. stood at a record high $3.71 trillion at the end of August 2018, according to its own release. That was up 8.5% from 2017's year-end total of $3.42 trillion. Net new assets gathered by U.S. listed ETFs/ETPs totaled $24.71 billion in August, with $19.67 billion of it funneling into equity products. Year-to-date through August, net inflows to equity products totaled $109.44 billion, more than double the $51.50 billion that flowed into fixed income products. 
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