The Guggenheim China Small Cap ETF (HAO) outperformed all other non-leveraged ETF for the week ending March 30, 2018, finishing up about 4.8%. The next best performer this week was iShares Cohen & Steers REIT ETF (ICF), with a 4.2% gain.
And underperforming this week was the Social Media Index ETF (SOCL), trading down -2.3% this week, on the heels of the Facebook data privacy scandal. The Junior Gold Miners ETF (GDXJ) also fell about -1.9% this week, , in reversal from last week.
Source: ETF Channel
- Cboe Vest launches its first ETF, an equity portfolio with an options overlay
- Vident Financial rolls out a REIT fund that incorporates geographic exposure
- Nationwide debuts maximum diversification ETF targeting emerging markets
- Equbot plans an international version of its AI-driven U.S. ETF
- Fidelity files for factor fixed-income funds
- This week US listed ETFs saw another net outflow of -$12.4B. US Equity funds led the way again with $-$12.4B of weekly outflows. International Equity ETFs also lost -$1.8B. US Fixed Income had modest net inflows of $1.6B, in another risk-off week.
- The SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust (SPY) lost about $-7.8B
- Largest individual inflows this week were into Barclays ETN+ FI Enhanced Global High Yield ETN Series B (FIYY), with $1.4B.
- The iShares Core S&P 500 ETF (IVV) led all ETFs (except SPY) in outflows this week, with -$4.8B.
Detailed Fund Flows: ETF.com