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Thursday, May 12, 2022

For the First Time In Almost Three Years ...

Reported by Neil Anderson, Managing Editor

For the first time in nearly three years, ETFs suffered net outflows last month, breaking a $1.8-trillion streak.

U.S.-listed ETFs suffered an estimated $10.5 billion in net outflows in April 2022, their first outflows in 34 months, according to the latest State Street Global Advisors (SSGA) Flash Flows report by Matthew Bartolini, head of SPDR Americas research. That's their longest inflows streak ever.

U.S. equities ETFs had their worst month ever, suffering $27 billion in April 2022, while bond ETFs brought in $7 billion in inflows. (The broader stock market shook, too; the S&P 500 fell more than 13 percent last month.)

Meanwhile, commodity ETFs brought in more than $2 billion, their fourth month in a row of more than $1 billion in inflows (a record for such ETFs). And smart beta ETFs brought in $11 billion in April 2022 inflows, their best month ever (with the majority of those inflows going into dividend strategies).

On the active side, ETFs brought in $5 billion in April 2022 inflows, their 24th month of inflows in a row. 

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