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  ETF Data Watch: Asset Flows Monitor January 2020 Edition
Posted Under: ETFs

 
  • US-listed ETFs gained just under $330 billion in net inflows in 2019, the second-best year on record.
  • Total ETF assets under management rose to $4.37 trillion.
  • Fixed income ETFs were the largest asset gatherer for much of the year. However, a surge in net inflows for equity ETFs in Q4 resulted in a change of leadership by year-end.

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