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Asset Flows Monitor April 2022 Edition

  • Net inflows for US-listed ETFs totaled $88.6 billion in March, bringing total ETF assets under management to $7.03 trillion.
  • Equity ETFs had net inflows totaling $59.0 billion in March, bringing trailing 12-month (TTM) net inflows to $601.9 billion.
  • Fixed income ETFs had net inflows totaling $19.7 billion in March, bringing TTM net inflows to $186.5 billion.
  • Commodities ETFs had net inflows totaling $10.0 billion in March, bringing TTM net inflows to $18.7 billion.  Precious metals ETFs (+$6.5 billion) was the strongest sub-category in March, followed by broad market commodities ETFs (+$2.4 billion).

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