ETF Monitors


Weekly ETF Monitor for week ending 14 June 2019


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).

  • AAA was the most traded fund last week, while CRED and VAP saw above average volumes.

  • ETFS Morningstar Global Technology ETF (TECH) returned 1.5% for the week and is up 18.5% year-to-date. It provides exposure to the global technology sector with a tilt to attractively valued firms, using Morningstar’s moat methodology.