AdvisorShares Active ETF Market Share Update – Week Ending 6/19/2015
It was a quiet week for actively managed ETFs as assets grew by nine basis points, or $196 million, to $20.733 billion. There were no new funds listed in the last week.
Fidelity led the way with $100 million of positive fund flows followed by $76 million to State Street, which tailed off from there with $21 million to First Trust and smaller positive flows to remaining sponsors. The only decliner of note was the $46 million outflow from PIMCO.
At the strategy level, $176 million went into Short Term Bond while $30 million flowed out of Global Bond. All the other categories had very small fluctuations.
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Number of Active ETFs by Sponsor
Number of Active ETFs by Strategy
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