ETF Monitors

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The latest flows and performance insights into the top and bottom performing Australian ETFs.

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This week's highlights Global stocks were mixed last week with gold miners, real estate and non-Japan Asia outperforming. VanEck Vectors Gold Miners ETF (GDX) was the top performing fund for the week, returning 3.7%, followed by iShares MSCI South Korea Capped ETF (IKO) at 3.5%. Global energy and healthcare funds were amongst the poorest performers with FUEL, IXJ, CURE and DRUG all posting negative weeks. Australian financial sector ETFs also declined. Inflows were also mixed with money moving into both long and short domestic equity funds (BBOZ, STW and EX20), global infrastructure (IFRA) and multifactor ETFs (WDMF and EMKT). Outflows were primarily from domestic financial sectors (QFN), geared equity funds (GEAR and GGUS) and Europe (IEU). ...
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This week's highlights Global equities improved again last week led by the Financials sector. Geared Equity ETF (GGUS) and Finance Sector ETF (BNKS) led the way with gains on 6.9% and 4%. Oils strong start to the year continued up again last week. OOO returning 4.1% for the week and 18.2% year to date. Looking longer term, ETPMPD remains the best performer over 12 months with a return of 37.4%. With property, technology and infrastructure ETFs all posting double digit growth. In terms of net flows, domestic equity and geared funds had the most redemptions, whilst there were significant flows into sustainability ETFs. ...