Assets inactively managed ETFs were essentially unchanged, adding $6 million to total $27.162 billion. There was one new fund listed from JP Morgan, which brings the total up to 149.
PIMCO was the largest gainer bringing $60 million followed by $27 million for State Street. iShares endured a $42 million outflow while WBI dipped by $25 million.
At the sector level Short Term Bond was again out in front, bringing in $41 million while Global Bond added $24 million. Tactical contracted by $22 million, Alternative lost $15 million and High Yield was down by $14 million.
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Number of Active ETFs by Sponsor
Number of Active ETFs by Strategy
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