Large-cap ETFs have recorded outflows of $9.4 billion for the period ending Feb. 2, according to the latest fund flow report from Refinitiv Lipper. The figure marks the largest outflows since February of last year.
|SPY||SPDR S&P 500 ETF||450.94||+3.68||+0.82%|
|IWM||ISHARES TRUST RUSSELL 2000 ETF||202.76||+3.40||+1.71%|
The SPDR S&P 500 ETF and iShares Russell 2000 ETF led the week’s outflows, with investors redeeming $15.8 billion and $1.1 billion, respectively.
|IJR||S&P SMCP 600 IDX||106.93||+1.85||+1.76%|
|XLK||TECHNOLOGY SELECT SECTOR SPDR ETF||160.50||+1.96||+1.24%|
|IVV||ISHARES TRUST CORE S&P 500 ETF||452.82||+3.57||+0.79%|
Meanwhile, small-cap ETFs, sector technology ETFs and value-aggressive ETFs posted outflows of $1.5 billion, $995 million, and $905 million, respectively.
Despite suffering a third straight week of outflows greater than $8 billion, large-cap ETFs saw a weekly gain of 4.87%, the largest since April 2020.
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Exchanged-traded equity funds recorded $10 billion in outflows for the week, despite a weekly gain of 4.33%, the largest since November 2020.
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|QQQ||INVESCO QQQ NASDAQ 100||359.12||+3.99||+1.12%|
Equity ETFs with the largest inflows for the week included the iShares: Core S&P 500 and Invesco QQQ Trust 1, which took in $2.8 billion and $2.6 billion, respectively.
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Fixed-income ETFs suffered net outflows of $1.1 billion, led by the iShares TIPS Bond ETF and iShares: 7-10 Treasury Bond ETF’s outflows of $1.6 billion and $1 billion, respectively.
|TIP||ISHARES BARCLAYS TIPS BOND FUND||123.70||-0.16||-0.13%|
|IEF||ISHARES TRUST 7-10 YEAR TREASURY BD ETF||110.87||-0.36||-0.32%|
|IUSB||ISHARES TRUST CORE TOTAL USD BOND MKT ETF||51.17||-0.12||-0.23%|
|BIL||SPDR SERIES TRUST BLOMBRG BARCLYS 1-3T BILLS||91.42||+0.01||+0.01%|
The largest inflows came from the iShares: Core Total USD Bond Market ETF and SPDR Bloomberg 1- Month T-Bill ETF, which brought in $1.7 billion and $1.4 billion, respectively.
Overall, investors withdrew a net total of $34.6 billion from conventional funds and ETFs. The largest outflows came from money market funds, which lost $21.4 billion. Meanwhile, equity funds posted outflows of $5.2 billion, taxable bond funds saw outflows of $5.1 billion and tax-exempt bond funds suffered outflows of $2.9 billion.