Artiklar tagged med: ETFS
Relief Rally in Equities
In market commentary from Professor Jeremy Siegel ahead of the midterms, we suggested that if the widely expected outcome of Democrats taking the House and Republicans keeping control of the Senate were to actually occur—as it did on Tuesday in the midterm elections—we thought there would be a bounce higher in equity markets due to “nothing bad happening.” There were no major surprises in the election results, and we saw this rally in equities come through.
With the uncertainty over the election out of the way, a main …
I have been talking to exchange-traded fund (ETF) investors for more than a decade, and when I mention the numerous benefits of the structure, I often hear “I don’t need intraday liquidity, so that does not benefit me.” Well, I am here to tell you that whether or not you utilize the intraday liquidity, it benefits all ETF investors.
The exchange listing, or “ET” part of “ETF,” is what allows this product to have intraday liquidity. But the exchange listing also gives ETFs benefits over other product wrappers, such as mutual …
Nickel and aluminium ETPs saw inflows as trade-war punishment on industrial metals reprieve
ETF Securities Weekly Flows Analysis – Nickel and aluminium ETPs saw inflows as trade-war punishment on industrial metals reprieve
Long nickel and aluminium ETPs saw the highest inflows since February 2018 as prices begin to recover.
Gold ETPs receive first inflows in six weeks
Turkish woes pressure the Euro
Long nickel and aluminium ETPs saw the highest inflows since February 2018 as prices begin to recover. Nickel prices rallied 2.5% while aluminium rallied 4.2% last week as the market appears to be …
Agricultural ETPs took the lion’s share of flows
ETF Securities Weekly Flows Analysis – Agricultural ETPs took the lion’s share of flows
Agricultural ETPs garner the highest inflows in 9 years last week
Gold ETPs extend outflows for the fifth week in a row
Broad commodity basket ETPs face redemptions for the third week in a row
Agricultural ETPs garner the highest inflows since October 2009. Since the start of the year, agricultural commodities led by wheat, corn, cotton and soybeans have been spearheading gains across the commodity complex owing to supportive fundamentals helped by …
Oil ETP inflows continue amid supply disruptions
ETF Securities Weekly Flows Analysis – Oil ETP inflows continue amid supply disruptions
Long oil ETPs see a third consecutive week of inflows as supply disruptions extend price gains
Gold outflows continue, albeit at a reduced pace
Profit-taking appears to have driven the largest cotton ETP outflow seen since 2016
Long oil ETPs see a third consecutive week of inflows as supply disruptions extend price gains. These three weeks of inflows mark the longest period of sustained inflows since June 2017. There were US$8.6mn of inflows last week …