Daily Inflows Total $2.8B | ETF.com

Asset Class: All Asset ClassesAlternativesAsset AllocationCommoditiesCurrencyEquityFixed Income Region: All RegionsAsia-PacificDeveloped MarketsEmerging MarketsEuropeFrontier MarketsGlobalGlobal Ex-U.S.Latin AmericaMiddle East & AfricaNorth America Geography: All GeographiesAfricaArgentinaAsia-PacificAsia-Pacific Ex-JapanAustraliaAustriaBelgiumBrazilCaliforniaCanadaChileChinaColombiaDenmarkDeveloped Asia-PacificDeveloped Asia-Pacific Ex-JapanDeveloped EuropeDeveloped MarketsDeveloped Markets Ex-JapanDeveloped Markets Ex-U.S.Developed Markets Ex-U.S. Ex-KoreaEgyptEmerging Asia-PacificEmerging MarketsEuropeEurozoneFinlandFranceFrontier MarketsFrontier Middle East & AfricaGermanyGlobalGlobal Ex-U.S.GreeceHong KongIndiaIndonesiaIrelandIsraelItalyJapanLatin AmericaMalaysiaMexicoNetherlandsNew YorkNew ZealandNigeriaNordicNorth AmericaNorwayPakistanPeruPhilippinesPolandPortugalQatarRussiaSaudi ArabiaSingaporeSouth AfricaSouth KoreaSoutheast AsiaSpainSwedenSwitzerlandTaiwanThailandTurkeyU.K.U.S.U.S. & CanadaUnited Arab EmiratesVietnam Category: All CategoriesAbsolute ReturnsAgricultureAsset AllocationBasketBroad MarketBroad Market, Asset-backedBroad market, Broad-basedCorporate, Asset-backedCorporate, Broad-basedCorporate, ConvertibleCorporate, PreferredEnergyGovernment, AgencyGovernment, Broad-basedGovernment, Inflation-linkedGovernment, Local Authority/MunicipalGovernment, Mortgage-backedGovernment, Non-native currencyGovernment, TreasuryHigh Dividend YieldIndustrial MetalsPairPrecious MetalsSectorSize and StyleTactical Tools Focus: All FocusAluminumBasic MaterialsBroad…

Gold ETFs Top Daily Inflows

Asset Class: All Asset ClassesAlternativesAsset AllocationCommoditiesCurrencyEquityFixed Income Region: All RegionsAsia-PacificDeveloped MarketsEmerging MarketsEuropeFrontier MarketsGlobalGlobal Ex-U.S.Latin AmericaMiddle East & AfricaNorth America Geography: All GeographiesAfricaArgentinaAsia-PacificAsia-Pacific Ex-JapanAustraliaAustriaBelgiumBrazilCaliforniaCanadaChileChinaColombiaDenmarkDeveloped Asia-PacificDeveloped Asia-Pacific Ex-JapanDeveloped EuropeDeveloped MarketsDeveloped Markets Ex-JapanDeveloped Markets Ex-North AmericaDeveloped Markets Ex-U.S.EgyptEmerging Asia-PacificEmerging MarketsEurozoneFinlandFranceFrontier MarketsFrontier Middle East & AfricaGermanyGlobalGlobal Ex-U.S.GreeceHong KongIndiaIndonesiaIrelandIsraelItalyJapanLatin AmericaMalaysiaMexicoNetherlandsNew YorkNew ZealandNigeriaNordicNorth AmericaNorwayPakistanPeruPhilippinesPolandPortugalQatarRussiaSaudi ArabiaSingaporeSouth AfricaSouth KoreaSoutheast AsiaSpainSwedenSwitzerlandTaiwanThailandTurkeyU.K.U.S.U.S. & CanadaUnited Arab EmiratesVietnam Category: All CategoriesAbsolute ReturnsAgricultureAsset AllocationBasketBroad MarketBroad Market, Asset-backedBroad market, Broad-basedCorporate, Asset-backedCorporate, Broad-basedCorporate, ConvertibleCorporate, PreferredEnergyGovernment, AgencyGovernment, Broad-basedGovernment, Inflation-linkedGovernment, Local Authority/MunicipalGovernment, Mortgage-backedGovernment, Non-native currencyGovernment, TreasuryHigh Dividend YieldIndustrial MetalsPairPrecious MetalsSectorSize and StyleTactical Tools Focus: All FocusAluminumBasic MaterialsBroad…

ETF League Table As Of Aug. 29, 2019

      (Table below reflects daily flows on Aug. 29, 2019 and asset totals as of that date.) ETF Brand League Table Welcome to the ETF.com league table. On this page, you’ll find the U.S. ETF market through different lenses: brand and issuer. What’s the difference? The brand is what the ETF says on the tin. For example, “iShares” is the brand of issuer “BlackRock’s” ETFs. Because many issuers license their ETF infrastructure to third parties, we present the data in both ways. The identification of the correct brand…

ETF League Table As Of July 25, 2019

(Table below reflects daily flows on July 25, 2019 and asset totals as of that date.) ETF Brand League Table Welcome to the ETF.com league table. On this page, you’ll find the U.S. ETF market through different lenses: brand and issuer. What’s the difference? The brand is what the ETF says on the tin. For example, “iShares” is the brand of issuer “BlackRock’s” ETFs. Because many issuers license their ETF infrastructure to third parties, we present the data in both ways. The identification of the correct brand and legal issuer…