The active ETF market inched slightly lower last week, with net assets reaching about $14.7 billion. The iShares Liquidity Income ETF launched last week, the firm's fourth active ETF offering, which increased both their net assets as well as the U.S. Bond category. There was continued growth in the short term bond category, mostly attributed to PIMCO's Enhanced Short Duration ETF. The Global Equity category witnessed an increase in net assets while the global bond category declined from the previous week.
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