Despite last year's market woes, it was ETFs' second best flows year ever, according to new data from an industry research firm.
| Deborah "Debbie" Fuhr|
ETFGI / ETF TV
Managing Partner, Founder, Owner / Co-Founder
Today, Debbie Fuhr
, managing partner of ETFGI
that $856.16 billion net flowed into ETFs worldwide in 2022. That's a $434-billion (34 percent) drop from the record-breaking inflows of 2021, but it's still ahead of each year prior to 2021.
Despite the continuing inflows, widespread market volatility last year translated into ETF AUM worldwide falling by $1.03 trillion (10.1 percent) to $9.23 trillion as of December 31, 2022. (By comparison, the S&P 500 fell 18.11 percent in 2022, non-U.S. developed markets fell 16.06 percent, and emerging markets fell 17.75 percent.)
In December 2022, the global ETF industry gained $69.37 billion in net inflows, while AUM fell 2.7 percent. $35.53 billion of those inflows went into equity ETFs, $19.63 billion into fixed income ones, $1.75 billion into commodity ones, and $12.67 billion into active ones.
As of December 31, 2022, the ETF industry world include 671 providers offering 11,119 products across 64 countries.
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