ETFs and ETPs that are listed in the U.S. have gathered US$145 billion in net new assets, as of the end of Q3 2015, says new data from ETFGI. This marks the 8th consecutive month of positive net inflows for U.S. exchange-traded products.
In September alone, ETFs listed in the U.S. gathered net inflows of US$19 billion. Fixed-income products led the pack with inflows of US$9.5 billion, but were closely followed by equity funds (+US$8.1 billion). Meanwhile, commodity ETFs experienced net outflows of US$472 million.
Year-to-date (as of the end of September), equity ETFs and ETPs in the U.S. have gathered net inflows of US$91.6 billion. Over the same period, fixed income products have picked up US$38.9 billion, and commodity funds have seen inflows of US$1.1 billion.
The U.S. ETF and ETP industry consisted of 1,787 products, 88 providers and assets of US$1.98 trillion as of the end of September.