The iShares MSCI EAFE ETF (EFA | A-89) powered iShares’ issuer-leading inflows on Thursday, Feb. 13, while markets surged on comments by new Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen that the Fed’s easy-money policies would remain in place for as long as necessary.
The strong markets and net inflows in excess of $3 billion lifted total U.S.-listed ETF assets to $1.683 trillion from $1.673 trillion on Wednesday, Feb. 12, according to data compiled by ETF.com.
(Table below reflects daily flows on Feb, 13, 2014 and asset totals as of that date.)
|Issuer||AUM ($, mm)||Net Flows ($, mm)||% of AUM|
|US Commodity Funds||2,097.19||-55.98||-2.67%|
|Emerging Global Shares||1,388.51||0.00||0.00%|
|Exchange Traded Concepts||1,094.59||0.91||0.08%|
|Highland Capital Management||133.46||0.00||0.00%|
|Arrow Investment Advisors||96.42||0.00||0.00%|
|Huntington Strategy Shares||30.45||0.00||0.00%|
|Franklin ETF Trust||28.16||0.00||0.00%|
Disclaimer: All data as of 6 a.m. Eastern time the date the article is published. Data is believed to be accurate; however, transient market data is often subject to subsequent revision and correction by the exchanges.
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