The active ETF market continued its upward trend with combined net assets exceeding $15 billion. The total number of active ETFs rose to 75 with the launch of the AdvisorShares Sage Core Reserves ETF last week. The High Yield category had the highest weekly increase in net assets - approximately $68 million - with AdvisorShares Peritus High Yield ETF leading the way. Net assets in the Global Bond category gained over $35 million with RiverFront Strategic Income Fund and PIMCO Total Return ETF as the largest contributors. The Short Term Bond category increased its AUM by almost $25 million with inflows into AdvisorShares, iShares and Guggenheim active ETFs.
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