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This week's highlights Globally, Chinese stocks rebounded last week as well as throughout Asia. Reporting season continued to see mixed results for Australia and the U.S. VanEck’s China focused ETFs CNEW and CETF lead the performance tables for the week. The ETFS Physical Platinum (ETPMPT) was the top performing commodity ETF for the week. Global and domestic bear products were the worst performers over the week as global and domestic markets continued their upward trend from January’s strong rally. Looking longer term, ETFS Physical Palladium (ETPMPD) remains the best performer over 12 months with 57.1% return. The physically backed metal has now reached over US$1,400/oz. Total flows for the week were dominated by cash and fixed income products including AAA, IAF and PLUS. With the ETF market seeing positive inflows of $50.3 million . ...
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This week's highlights Global stocks gained last week with energy, industrials and materials sectors outperforming as U.S./China trade talks progressed. VanEck Vectors China New Economy ETF (CNEW) and ETFS ROBO Global Robotics and Automation ETF (ROBO) were the top performing unleveraged equity funds for the week. High growth plays including RBTZ, CURE and IJR also posted strong gains. Domestic financial sector ETFs were amongst the week's worst-performers as the post-Royal Commission bounce receded; MVB, OZF and QFN all dropped more than 1.4%. Commodity ETFs were mixed with OOO returning 5.4% on reports of lower global oil production. Precious metals mostly declined modestly, with the exception of palladium (ETPMPD), which continued to hit new highs on growing demand and tight supply. Total flows into domestically domiciled ETFs were $54m for the week, while outflows totalled $22m. The week's largest inflows were into a mix of funds including CNEW, BBOZ, HBRD and FAIR. The largest outflows were from GEAR, IEU and IJH. Trading volume was dominated by the usual suspects; STW, VAS, IVV and AAA, with above average trading seen in NDQ, BBOZ and QOZ. ...