The active ETF market increased approximately $150 million last week, a 90 basis point gain with total net assets ending at $16.5 billion. The most significant sponsor inflows and outflows seemed to move in tandem with the biggest categorical increases and decreases. PIMCO and ALPS showed the largest inflows with $111 million and $57 million respectively, corresponding with the growth in Global Bond (+$87 million) and Short Term Bond (+$94 million) categories. In contrast, AdvisorShares and WisdomTree experienced the most outflows with $25 million and $20 million respectively, corresponding with losses in the High Yield (-$25 million) and Foreign Bond (-$27 million) categories. The total number of active ETFs trading increased to 93 with First Trust's launch of a Short Term Bond ETF.
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Number of Active ETFs by Sponsor
Number of Active ETFs by StrategyThere are risks involved with investing in ETFs including possible loss of money. Shares are actively managed and are subject to risk similar to stocks, including those related to short selling and margin maintenance. Ordinary brokerage commissions apply.
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