EMEA ETFs inch toward record high AUM in April

Elliot Gulliver-Needham
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EMEA-domiciled ETFs recorded $11.8bn inflows throughout April, pushing assets under management for the region up to $1.58trn, the highest in over a year and just $44bn from their historic peak. Inflows into EMEA ETFs have remained relatively stable over the last three months following a very strong January, Invesco's monthly ETF European Demand Monitor report revealed. ETFs set to make up 24% of market AUM by 2027 Within asset classes, fixed income enjoyed $7.2bn of inflows, led by US Treasuries and EUR investment grade credit, which received $2.3bn and $2.2bn respectively. ...

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Elliot Gulliver-Needham
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Elliot Gulliver-Needham

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