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ETP Landscape: Equity flows swell on taper delay

The Federal Reserve’s surprise September no-taper announcement removed some risk of near-term volatility and took some pressure off rate-sensitive assets. As a result, stocks rallied for much of the month and investors moved heavily back into….


Developed Markets Equity ETPs. Investors also began to warm up to Emerging Markets Equities.

– Global ETP flows reached $35.0bn during the month – following record outflows in August – as investors again turned to the industry to execute their market views
– Equity funds captured the majority of September flows with $28.7bn and year-to-date flows are now 46% higher than at the same point in 2012
– The Fed’s surprise decision not to taper also removed pressure from Emerging Markets Equity ETPs, leading to inflows of $5.3bn for the month – the first material inflow since January
– Fixed Income ETP inflows totalled $6.6bn in September and year-to-date flows have nearly returned to their May peak, although they remain at the lowest year-to-date level since the credit crisis began in 2008.

Source: ETFWorld.fr – BlackRock ETP Research

The Federal Reserve’s surprise September no-taper announcement removed some risk of near-term volatility and took some pressure off rate-sensitive assets. As a result, stocks rallied for much of the month and investors moved heavily back into Developed Markets Equity ETPs. Investors also began to warm up to Emerging Markets Equities.

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