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 Risk assets rallied last week on rate-cut expectations in the U.S. and eurozone. Resources and commodity stocks outperformed. Gold mining ETFs (GDX and MNRS) were amongst the top performers for the week, while China and Asia-Pac ETFs performed strongly across the board. ETFS S&P Biotech ETF (CURE) returned 6.4% for the week. Gold rallied above US$1,400 for the first time since 2013 and hit new all-time highs in Australian dollar terms. GOLD returned 2.8% for the week. Oil (OOO) returned 8.8% for the week following the Iran drone attack. Total flows into domestically domiciled ETFs were $182m, while outflows totalled $71m. The biggest inflows were into Russell Australia Responsible Investment ETF (RARI), broad based Australian equity funds (IOZ, A200 and STW), a range of domestic fixed income/hybrid funds (HBRD and AAA) and GOLD. ...
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This week's highlights Resources and commodity stocks outperformed last week, dominating the top performing ETFs for the week. Palladium continued its renewed rally, with ETPMPD returning 8.8% for the week. S&P/ASX 200 Resources Sector funds (QRE and OZR) returned close to 5%, while agriculture (QAG), precious metals (ETPMPM) and gold miners (GDX) all gained in excess of 4%. China rallied on economic stimulus measures despite the Hong Kong protests with both CNEW and CETF amongst the top performers. Oil (OOO), energy company (FUEL) and long Australian dollar (AUDS) funds were amongst the poorest performers for the week. Total flows into domestically domiciled ETFs were $73m, while outflows totalled $11m. The biggest inflows were into VanEck Vectors Australian Equal Weight ETF (MVW) and a range of domestic fixed income/hybrid funds (CRED, HBRD and IAF). ...