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TrackInsight: Utilities stocks fall

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06/22/2020 | 10:00am EDT

The Utilities Large & Mid Cap stocks faced a significant decline on Friday, June 19th.

The Utilities Large & Mid Cap stocks segment on TrackInsight faced a significant decline on Friday, June 19th with a daily negative return of -2,56%. Over the last 30 days, the cumulative performance of this segment remains positive (+2,34%), which is not enough to offset the losses suffered in the end of March. In 2020, this segment has fallen by over 10%. Despite the spike in volatility, investors globally kept their position in the 11 ETFs of this segment, as illustrated by flows on the primary market that slightly evolved during the first half of 2020. As of last Friday, investors have withdrawn $ 156 million of assets from this segment, which represents $ 1,29 Bn of assets under management.


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