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 equities dropped last week as U.S.-China tensions escalated. European markets were also hit by political instability in Italy and slowing industrial activity. Gold mining ETFs (MNRS and GDX) were the top performing equity funds for the week. Asia-Pac ETFs (CETF, CNEW, UBP and IKO) along with domestic strategy ETFs (HVST, FAIR and SYI) were amongst the poorest performers. The precious metal rally continued. Silver (ETPMAG), gold (GOLD, PMGOLD and QAU) and palladium (ETPMPD) were all amongst the week’s best performing funds, along with a precious metal basket ETF (ETPMPM). Total flows into domestically domiciled ETFs were $302m, while outflows totalled $142m. The biggest inflows were into domestic equities (A200, MVW and IOZ) and gold (GOLD). Floating rate cash products (QPON and FLOT) were also popular. Outflows were primarily from broad international equities (IVV, IEU, ESTX and IJP). A200 was the most traded fund last week, ahead of STW and A200. GOLD continued to trade well above its average volume on sustained investor interest. ...
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This week's highlights Global equities declined last week despite the Fed’s first rate cut since 2008. Infrastructure and property ETFs (VBLD, VAP and MVA) were amongst the top performing equity funds, while Asia-Pac ETFs (IKO, IZZ, UBP and IAA) were the biggest decliners. In precious metal markets gold continued its strong run, while palladium saw a big drop. GOLD and PMGOLD both returned 3.2%, while gold mining ETF (GDX) topped the returns table for equity funds. Palladium fund ETPMPD fell 7.7%. The Australian dollar fell to US 68c. U.S. dollar ETFs (YANK, USD and ZUSD) were all amongst the weeks top performers. Total flows into domestically domiciled ETFs were $339m, while outflows totalled $12m. The biggest inflows were into cash (AAA) and broad-based equity funds (A200 and IVV). GOLD continues to attract strong flows, with over $75m of inflows since the beginning of June. ...