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Deutsche Bank : European Monthly ETF Market Review – July

Eurozone Bluechips and Financials benefit most in July…

Deutsche Bank : European Monthly ETF Market Review for July 2017

Data in this report is as of 31st July 2017

European ETP Monthly Highlights (Assets & Flows):

Assets: European ETPs AUM increased by €4.4bn on MoM basis and ended the month at €610bn.

Flows: European-domiciled ETPs registered inflows of +€8.6bn in July where year-to-date flows have reached +€65bn.

New Product Launches – 13 New products European market witnessed 13 new products launched during last month including 6 Equity ETFs, 4 Fixed Income and 3 Commodity ETFs.

Investment Themes for the Month

– European regional indices recorded net inflows of +€1.7bn, mostly into the Euro STOXX 50 index. EM also saw inflows (+€384mn). Country wise, Germany (+€531mn), US (+€313mn) & Japan (+€132mn) benefited while Switzerland saw outflows (-€95mn).

Smart Beta segment recorded inflows of +€1bn driven by Value (+ €349mn), ESG (+€290mn), and Dividend (+€206mn). Low Vol ETFs saw redemptions (-€156mn).

Sector-wise, Financials gained an impressive +€1.3bn.

Currency Hedged and Leverage Long ETFs had a strong month with inflows of +€638mn and +€199mn respectively. EUR hedged products drove the Currency Hedged segment.

Fixed Income ETFs witnessed +€2.3bn inflows where the Money Markets segment grew by 16% (c.€500mn).

+€0.6bn inflows in Commodity ETPs where Gold (+€292mn) and Broad Commodity (+€139mn) contributed most.

US listed ETFs with exposure to European equities drew +$354mn.

Turnover: MoM turnover decreased by 17% The total turnover activity into European ETPs decreased by 17% where total turnover observed was (€55.2bn) compared to the last month’s total (€66.6bn)


Quelle: ETFWorld

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