Assets in actively managed ETFs crossed another major milestone last week adding $778 million to reach $30.632 billion. There were no new funds last week which leaves the overall total at 160.
First Trust led the way with $223 million followed by $192 million for iShares and $141 million for State Street. Cambria was the only decliner whose net loss exceeded $1 million.
At the category level, Bank Loan was the winner with a net gain of $280 million and Short Term Bond grew by $240 million. Currency was the only category in the red, dropping by $9 million.
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Number of Active ETFs by Sponsor
Number of Active ETFs by Strategy
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