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This week's highlights US Markets retreated last week as technology stocks were sold down. ETFS Ultra Short Nasdaq 100 Hedge Fund (SNAS) and ETFS Physical Palladium (ETPMPD) were the week’s top performing ETFs, with physical commodity product, ETFS Physical Precious Metal Basket (ETPMPM), also amongst the top performers. The Australian dollar weakened but found resistance above 72 US cents. Currency products ZUSD, USD and YANK were also in the week’s top ten performers. Geared equity products, technology and oil focused exposures were the worst performers. Total reported flows into domestically domiciled ETFs were $702m, while outflows totalled $328m. Aussie Equity VAS saw the biggest inflows for the week followed by VGS and HETH. Domestic equity fund STW and Aussie Cash fund AAA saw the week’s largest outflows. For the second week, AAA was the most traded fund for the week, followed by BBOZ and VAS. ...
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Sustainable and renewable energy has become a focus for a world increasingly conscious of the impact of fossil fuels. While the growth in renewable energy is exciting, have you ever thought about what it means for the broader supply chain? In this webinar, we discussed: The growth of renewable energy and the supply chain required to support it. The future of battery technology, and How to use ETFs to express your views and values. ...
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This week's highlights US markets posted more record highs last week as technology stocks continued their rally. The Australian dollar continued to strengthen against the greenback as it weakened against most of its G8 peers. LNAS, GGUS and AUDS were the week’s top performing ETFs, with BNKS, HNDQ and MHG also amongst the top performers. Australian technology and US listed FAANG stocks also had a good week. Bearish U.S. equities (SNAS and BBUS), US currency product (YANK), Biotechnology (CURE) and Global Infrastructure companies (CORE, GLIN and VBLD) were all amongst the week’s poorest performing funds. Total reported flows into domestically domiciled ETFs were $268m, while outflows totalled $27m. Aussie Equity STW saw the biggest inflows for the week followed by NDQ and GOLD. Bearish Domestic equity fund BBOZ and long US dollar fund USD saw the week’s largest outflows. AAA was the most traded fund for the week, followed by BBOZ and VAS. ETFS Battery Tech & Lithium ETF (ACDC) offers investors thematic exposure to global leaders in battery technology and lithium miners. ACDC returned 40.5% for the year to 28 Aug 2020, with many industries moving toward battery storage solutions. ...