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European Monthly ETF Market Review - European Equities benefit while Japanese Equities saw redemptions Download the complete report

European Monthly ETF Market Review – European Equities benefit while Japanese Equities saw redemptions

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Data in this report is as of 30th September 2015

European ETP Highlights

As of the end of September 2015, global ETP assets stood at $2.7 trillion with European ETP assets at $480bn (€430bn). European ETPs recorded net inflows of +€1.9bn in September (+€10.2bn in the prev. month). Equity and fixed income ETFs were the major contributors to inflows receiving +€1.5bn and +€0.7bn respectively. Commodity ETPs listed in Europe saw outflows of -€0.3bn during the same period.

Smart Beta and Cyber security product launches

During September, 12 new smart beta ETFs were launched. UBS and BlackRock listed 8 and 3 quantitative strategy equity ETFs respectively while First Trust listed a fundamental strategy equity ETF. ETF Securities has launched Europe’s first ETF to track cyber security focused companies.

Inflows into European equities while Japanese equities experiences outflows

Amid volatile equity markets in September, European ETPs recorded turnover totalled €61bn. The average monthly turnover has significantly increased from c€50bn in 2014 to c€70bn in 2015 so far. This is evident that investors are increasingly trading via ETFs particularly during periods of elevated volatility.

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