Last week, total AUM in all active ETFs fell by almost $40.9 million. Assets in the two largest categories "Short Term Bond" and "Global Bond" fell by $7.74 million and $10.156 respectively. In addition, the "Foreign Bond" category decreased by $36.33 million, while AUM in "Currency" active ETFs fell by almost $5.2 million. This week, the largest increase in AUM came in the "High Yield" ETF category, which rose by almost $10.275 million, mainly due to creation units. The "Alternative" category came in second, with an increase of nearly $6.75 million. While some funds in the "Alternative Income" category had creations and others experienced redemptions, overall AUM rose by $1.2 million. Finally, the small "Mult-Asset" category fell by over $1.7 million, down to $115,489,249.
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