A tumultuous week leads to big inflows into safe-haven ETFs.
The latest flows data suggest investors extended their buying of fixed-income ETFs into the junk bond space this week.
Some investors used this week's pullback to buy in to U.S. equities, while others rushed in to the safe haven of Treasury ETFs.
Investors bought up Treasury ETFs, while dumping their holdings of the largest junk bond ETFs in the week ending Thursday, Jan. 14.
The worst start to the year for U.S. stocks led to big outflows from ETFs.
Investors loaded up on U.S. equity ETFs in the week ending Thursday.
Outflows in the junk bond fund, the SPDR Barclays High Yield Bond ETF (JNK | B-68), totaled a whopping $1 billion in the week ending Thursday, Dec. 10, equal to 9.3% of the fund's assets.
A big jump in interest rates fuels buying in the financial sector ETF, 'XLF' and selling in the physical gold ETF, 'GLD,' in the week ending Thursday, Dec.3.
Despite a strong rally in stock markets, ETF investors favored investment-grade bond ETFs in the week-ending Thursday, Nov. 19.
Investors plowed money into equity ETFs even as the S&P 500 sold off significantly this week.
A strong jobs report pushes investors to buy 'XLF,' the sector ETF focused on financials, while selling 'SHY,' a short-term Treasury ETF in the week ending Thursday, Nov. 5.
Investors added money into 'SPY' while pulling money out of 'SHY' in the week ending Thursday, Oct. 29.
Hundreds of millions of dollars flow into these two segments in the week ending Thursday, Oct. 22.
Inflows into these varied ETFs more than offset outflows from 'SPY' in the week ending Thursday, Oct. 15.
Corporate bond ETFs gained billions in assets as risk appetite returned to financial markets in the week-ending Thursday, Oct. 8.
Outflows from U.S. equity ETFs like 'SPY' fueled a net outflow in total ETF assets. However, most other segments of the ETF market saw inflows, including international equity ETFs and fixed-income ETFs.
Correction fears seem to have given way to big buying in the ETF market.
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Investors didn't completely jump ship as the market plunged, but they trimmed risk exposure noticeably.
Investors fled stocks and rushed into bonds in one of the most volatile weeks of the year.
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