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TrackInsight: Investors’ appetite for Growth stocks ETFs falls

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06/30/2020 | 09:30am EDT

Yesterday was the second-largest daily outflow for this segment over the last 30 days.

The Growth large cap stocks segment on TrackInsight registered $ 649,2 million outflows on Monday, June 29th due to outflows recorded on the primary market. This is the second-largest daily outflow for this segment over the last 30 days. Despite the recent redemptions, the year-to-date cumulative inflows of the 37 ETFs included in this segment remain widely positive at $ 9,3 Bn. Investors bought Growth equities massively following the market crash in March. In the month following March 25th, providers issued for almost $ 7 Bn of new shares to satisfy investors’ demand for Growth ETFs. In 2020, this segment has gained 7,24% and now represents $ 179,6 Bn of assets under management.

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