08.11.2016

ICI Reports Estimated ETF Net Issuance

08.11.2016

ICI.org -Washington, DC, – The estimated value of all exchange-traded fund1 (ETF) shares issued exceeded that of shares redeemed by $1.36 billion for the week ended August 3, 2016, the Investment Company Institute reported today. In addition to this report, ICI will also be publishing long-term mutual fund flows and a report that combines data for ETFs and mutual funds, available on the ICI website.

 

ETF Estimated Net Issuance
Millions of dollars

  8/3/2016 7/27/2016 7/20/2016 7/13/2016 7/6/2016
Equity 1,970 4,985 4,475 17,492 3,411
  Domestic 1,429 4,090 2,190 16,055 5,471
  World 541 895 2,285 1,437 -2,060
Hybrid 17 16 18 28 -16
Bond -1,542 1,231 565 5,375 6,079
  Taxable -1,676 1,064 335 5,231 5,827
  Municipal 134 167 230 145 252
Commodity 913 -362 486 -268 2,158
Total 1,358 5,869 5,544 22,628 11,633

Note: Components may not add to the total because of rounding. Includes funds not registered under the Investment Company Act of 1940.

Equity ETFs2 had estimated net issuance of $1.97 billion for the week, compared to estimated net issuance of $4.99 billion in the previous week. Domestic equity ETFs had estimated net issuance of $1.43 billion, and world equity ETFs had estimated net issuance of $541 million.

Hybrid ETFs2—which can invest in stocks and fixed-income securities—had estimated net issuance of $17 million for the week, compared to estimated net issuance of $16 million in the previous week.

Bond ETFs2 had estimated negative net issuance of $1.54 billion for the week, compared to estimated net issuance of $1.23 billion during the previous week. Taxable bond ETFs saw estimated negative net issuance of $1.68 billion, and municipal bond ETFs had estimated net issuance of $134 million.

Commodity ETFs2—which are ETFs (both registered and not registered under the Investment Company Act of 1940) that invest primarily in commodities, currencies, and futures—had estimated net issuance of $913 million for the week, compared to estimated negative net issuance of $362 million during the previous week.

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