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 ETFS S&P Biotech ETF (CURE) was last week’s top performing ETF, returning 7.5% for the week. Tech-related funds ATEC, CLDD and HACK also saw strong performance alongside broad healthcare funds HLTH and IXJ. China-focused funds CNEW and CETF were amongst the week’s poorest performers along with financial sector funds MVB, OZF, QFN and BNKS. Short Nasdaq fund SNAS was the week’s overall biggest decliner. In the commodity world, silver (ETPMAG) added 3.3% to be amongst the week’s top performers, while other precious metals declined. Total reported flows into domestically domiciled ETFs were $228m, while outflows totalled $110m. International equity funds QUAL and NDQ saw the week’s biggest inflows, followed by hybrids fund HBRD. Domestic equity fund IOZ saw the bulk of the outflows for the week. IOZ was the most traded fund for the week, followed by VAS and VGS. ...
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This week's highlights Oil fund OOO and global energy fund FUEL were the top performing funds last week as oil prices passed US$70/bbl for the first time since mid-2018. Australian property funds VAP, SLF and MVA also outperformed alongside domestic resources fund MVR. Clean energy (CLNE), global healthcare (HLTH) and gold miners (GDX and MNRS) were all amongst the poorest performers for the week. Precious metals pulled back from recent gains, with silver (ETPMAG) dropping 1.5% and GOLD dropping 0.8% to end the week just below US$1,900/oz. Total reported flows into domestically domiciled ETFs were $235m, while outflows totalled $281m. A200, ERTH and QUAL saw the week’s biggest inflows. Cash fund AAA and IOZ saw the bulk of the outflows for the week. IOZ was the most traded fund for the week, followed by AAA and BBOZ. GOLD and ETHI saw above-average volumes. ...