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  Asset Flows Monitor May 2020 Edition
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  • US-listed ETFs had $46.3 billion in net inflows in April, bringing 12-month total net inflows to $341.2 billion. Total ETF assets under management increased to $4.05 trillion.

  • Fixed income ETFs had the strongest net inflows in April (+$23.1 billion), rebounding from the largest net outflows in March (-$21.7 billion). Commodities ETFs had the second largest net inflows in April (+$12.9 billion) for the second month in a row, as $7.8 billion flowed into precious metals ETFs and $4.8 billion into energy ETFs. Equity ETFs had the third largest net inflows in April (+$9.9 billion), yet maintained the highest total net inflows over the past 3 months (+$25.6 billion).


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