Last updated: 09:53 / Monday, 16 November 2015
Deutsche Bank's Monthly Review

European Investors are Favoring Fixed Income ETFs

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European Investors are Favoring Fixed Income ETFs
  • Assets under management in European ETPs are of $514 billion
  • Fixed income European ETFs had inflows of €3.5 billion in October
  • Equity European ETFs had inflows of €2.5 billion in October

As of October 30th, 2015, European ETP assets stood at $514 billion (€465 billion) according to Deutsche Bank’s European Monthly ETF Market Review. During the month, European ETP had net inflows of +€6.4 billion, considerably more than the +€1.8 billion from September. Fixed Income ETFs led the charge with notable inflows of +€3.5 billion followed by Equity ETFs which received +€2.5 billion over the last month. Commodity ETPs listed in Europe recorded inflows of +€400 million during the same period.

US-listed ETFs providing exposure to European equities registered monthly inflows of +$2.3 billion bringing YTD total to over +$32.4 billion.

According to Deutsche Bank, Investors remained bullish on the Energy sector while Short and Leverage Long focused ETFs lost momentum.

Within fixed income, investment grade led the flows, attracting +€2.9 billion over the last month, bringing YTD numbers to +€20.4 billion. High yield bonds reversed previous month’s trend and recorded inflows of +€700 million.

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