ETF flows fall 28% in Q1 but bonds buck the trend

Inflows of $99.1bn in Q1

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ETF inflows reached $99.1bn in Q1 2019, a 28% drop from the $136.8bn registered at Q1 2018
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ETF inflows reached $99.1bn in Q1 2019, a 28% drop from the $136.8bn registered at Q1 2018

Inflows to ETFs fell by more than a quarter in the first three months of 2019, despite a 13% S&P 500 rally over the period and gains across other global equity markets.

ETF inflows reached $99.1bn in the first quarter, a 28% drop from the $136.8bn registered during the same period last year, according to the FT. Lyxor saw the weakest quarterly sales of any ETF ...

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