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Lipper Weekly U.S. Fund Flows Video Series—October 29, 2014

Published on 31 Oct 2014, by Tom Roseen
Fund investors--for the second consecutive week--were net purchasers of fund assets (including those of conventional funds and exchange-traded funds [ETFs]), injecting $17.0 billion for the week ended Wednesday, October 29, 2014. Tom highlights flows for both conventional funds and ETFs in this week's fund flows video.

Lipper Weekly U.S. Fund Flows Video Series - August 27, 2014

Published on 29 Aug 2014, by Tom Roseen
For the week ended August 27, 2014, fund investors injected a net $17.0 billion (excluding ETFs) into the conventional funds business. Tom highlights flows for both conventional funds and ETFs in this week's fund flows video.

Lipper Weekly U.S. Fund Flows Video Series – August 20, 2014

Published on 22 Aug 2014, by Jeff Tjornehoj
EQUITY EXCITEMENT WITH $8.5 BILLION PUMPED INTO EQUITY ETFs

Light Flows in Week Dominated by Headlines

Published on 25 Jul 2014, by Jeff Tjornehoj
Events in Ukraine and Gaza persuade investors to hit the pause button.

Lipper Weekly U.S. Fund Flows Video Series – May 28, 2014

Published on 30 May 2014, by Jeff Tjornehoj
Jeff Tjornehoj talks about the week's flows activity.

Lipper 2013 Q4 Preliminary U.S. Fund Flows Review WebEx Replay

Published on 10 Jan 2014, by Lipper Staff
Investors continued to strongly embrace both mutual funds and ETFs in both the fourth quarter and for the full year 2013 with positive net inflows. Barry Fennell details how fund investors favored international equity and select sector equity funds with positive flows while shunning most taxable fixed income and municipal bond products.

Lipper Weekly U.S. Fund Flows Video Series - November 6, 2013

Published on 08 Nov 2013, by Tom Roseen
Against a somewhat more subdued backdrop, mutual fund investors were net purchasers of fund assets (including those of conventional funds and exchange-traded funds [ETFs]), contributing a net $3.3 billion for the week ended November 6. More conservative asset classes contributed to the positive net inflows with money market funds taking in $5.0 billion. Tom highlights flows for both conventional funds and ETFs in this week's fund flows video.

Lipper Weekly U.S. Fund Flows Video Series - October 23, 2013

Published on 25 Oct 2013, by Tom Roseen
In the midst of this record high week, fund investors put the pedal to the metal and were net purchasers of fund assets (including conventional funds and exchange-traded funds [ETFs]), which took in a net $65.6 billion for the week ended October 23. Tom highlights flows for both conventional mutual funds and ETFs in this week's fund flows video.

Lipper Weekly U.S. Fund Flows Video Series - July 10, 2013

Published on 12 Jul 2013, by Jeff Tjornehoj
Jeff Tjornehoj discusses the week's flows activities in mutual funds and ETFs.

Lipper Weekly U.S. Fund Flows Video Series - June 12, 2013

Published on 14 Jun 2013, by Matthew Lemieux
With little news during the week on earnings or new economic numbers, many investors were stuck picking up the pieces, looking toward June 19, when the next Fed meeting takes place. As a result, continued choppiness in the equity markets kept many fund investors on edge; U.S. mutual funds and exchange-traded funds (ETFs) (excluding money market funds) reported net outflows of $7.7 billion for the week ended June 13.

Lipper Weekly U.S. Fund Flows Video Series - January 16, 2013

Published on 18 Jan 2013, by Matthew Lemieux
Investors continued to show optimism in the global equity markets as better than expected export news out of China and continued weakness in the Japanese yen boosted Asian indices. With a strong Q4 earnings season kickoff at home, the U.S. markets joined suit; the S&P 500 index added just over three-quarters of a percentage point for the week ending Wednesday, January 16. Combine the 3%-plus returns we have seen so far this year with the previous week’s large equity fund flows, and one would expect the perfect recipe for continued buying.

LIPPER WEEKLY U.S. FUND FLOWS VIDEO SERIES - NOVEMBER 21, 2012

Published on 26 Nov 2012, by Matthew Lemieux
For the week ended Wednesday, November 21, mutual fund and exchange-traded fund (ETF) investors still seemed cautious; they injected roughly $15.8 billion in net new cash for the week, with $20.5 billion net going to money market accounts. Equity products seemed immune to the market rebound; they experienced nearly $7.3 billion in net redemptions for the week—for the largest weekly outflow since July of this year. Results for taxable bond funds (+$671 million) were very similar to those of the previous week. Investors continued to shed risk as corporate high-yield funds reported net outflows of $1.1 billion; corporate investment-grade, with $1.1 billion in net sales, nearly offset the redemptions. Investors also sought refuge in U.S. Treasury funds, injecting $408 million—for the group’s third consecutive week of net inflows. Concerns over increases in investment income tax rates pushed investors to seek exposure in the tax-exempt products; the group pulled in $1.1 billion.

Lipper Weekly U.S. Fund Flows Video Series - October 24, 2012

Published on 26 Oct 2012, by Jeff Tjornehoj
A rough start to earnings season turned away equity fund investors this past week. Following the previous week’s first positive fund flows in nine weeks, equity fund investors pulled the plug on more additions and instead withdrew $200 million from their accounts for the week ended October 24, 2012. Domestic equity funds bore the brunt of the outflows with $806 million withdrawn, while nondomestic equity funds took in $605 million. Taxable bond funds had one of their better weeks this year, seizing about $3.6 billion. Investors continued to downshift their purchases of junk bond funds; the High Yield group posted inflows of just $86 million, while core-investment choice Corporate Investment-Grade Funds saw inflows of $1.3 billion and weak-dollar play International & Global Debt funds had inflows of about $370 million. Tax-exempt funds had inflows of about $576 million, while money market funds saw outflows of about $3.2 billion.

LIPPER WEEKLY U.S. FUND FLOWS VIDEO SERIES – SEPTEMBER 19, 2012

Published on 21 Sep 2012, by Matthew Lemieux
With the announcement by the FOMC of its entering another round of easing, equity markets pushed higher; the S&P 500 Index added 1.7% for the week ended September 19. Following suit, mutual funds and ETFs (excluding money market funds) added roughly $16.6 billion to their accounts as investors’ appetite for risk accelerated. Overall, equity products reported net inflows of $11.4 billion for the week. ETFs were once again the focus, adding $13.3 billion net. Despite the sanguine feelings, investors in equity mutual funds (-$1.9 billion) were not convinced; they pulled money out of the asset class for the sixth consecutive week. With the noticeable shift to equity products in general, taxable bond products were no worse for wear; investors injected $4.9 billion net into the group for the week—its eleventh consecutive week of net inflows.

LIPPER WEEKLY U.S. FUND FLOWS VIDEO SERIES – JULY 18, 2012

Published on 23 Jul 2012, by Matthew Lemieux
Overall, equity markets faired quite well this week as news over previous concerns in the Eurozone was quite muted and earnings were generally good among the tech giants and most U.S. banks. Investors took this in stride as U.S. markets ended the week up and investors injected roughly $6.1 billion into equity products. Although a large number, most of the inflows were once again attributed to SPDR S&P 500 Index ETF (SPY) which added 2.2 billion to its coffers. Taxable bond funds continue to garner assets as the group added $2.8 billion for the week. Although Corp-High Yield posted inflows of $821 million, most investors remained comfortable allocating cash to higher quality paper with Corp-Investment Grade products reporting net inflows of $1.1 billion. Municipal debt funds also posted net inflows at $837 million while money market accounts gave back $18.7 billion of their previous weeks inflows.

Lipper 2012 Q2 Preliminary U.S. Fund Flows Review WebEx Replay

Published on 10 Jul 2012, by Matthew Lemieux
Matthew Lemieux reviews preliminary mutual fund flow numbers for the second quarter 2012 in this WebEx replay. Overall, U.S. conventional mutual funds posted net outflows of $10.5 billion, once again stunted heavily by large outflows from both U.S. Diversified Equity funds (-$29.5 billion) and Money Market offerings (-$67.9 billion). Exchange-traded products continued to draw assets, posting $14.8 billion for the same period. Fixed income products continued to hold the most favor as both mutual and ETF bond funds recorded net inflows of approximately $73 billion.

Lipper Weekly U.S. Fund Flows Video Series - June 6, 2012

Published on 08 Jun 2012, by Matthew Lemieux
Despite an upward correction towards the end of the week, investors were once again on their heels as lackluster unemployment data and a downward revision of Q1 GDP put the pace of the U.S. recovery in question. News from overseas continued to deteriorate as all eyes were on Spanish banks after their treasury minister warned they may soon be shut out of the market. Overall, investors felt comfortable as net sellers, pulling roughly $8.0 billion from U.S. mutual funds and ETFs.

Lipper Trends in the European ETF Industry

Published on 01 Jun 2012, by Detlef Glow
Carsten Lootze, Community Editor -- Trading Structured Products, Thomson Reuters and Detlef Glow, Head of EMEA Reseach, Lipper are discussing the developments in the European ETF industry during the first five month of 2012

Lipper Weekly U.S. Fund Flows Video Series - March 14, 2012

Published on 16 Mar 2012, by Jeff Tjornehoj
Lipper's Jeff Tjornehoj discusses the week's flows trends and surprises.

Lipper Weekly U.S. Fund Flows Video Series - November 2, 2011

Published on 04 Nov 2011, by Jeff Tjornehoj
Jeff Tjornehoj discusses the flows into and out of the funds industry this week.

Hedge, Diversify, or Neither: How 'Alts' Performed in a Volatile Market

Published on 15 Sep 2011, by Jeff Tjornehoj
Head of Lipper Americas Research Jeff Tjornehoj discusses which strategies have fared well--and those that have not--since the downgrade of U.S. government debt.

Lipper Weekly U.S. Fund Flows Video Series - September 7, 2011

Published on 09 Sep 2011, by Jeff Tjornehoj
Jeff Tjornehoj discusses the weekly flows data among mutual funds and highlights top changes in the ETF market.

Lipper Weekly U.S. Fund Flows Video Series - June 29, 2011

Published on 01 Jul 2011, by Jeff Tjornehoj
Jeff Tjornehoj recaps the events and crunches the numbers behind the flow of funds into and out of the conventional mutual funds industry. Top flows for ETFs are also highlighted.

A Review on Euro Stoxx 50 ETFs

Published on 21 Sep 2010, by Detlef Glow
Plain vanilla Euro Stoxx 50 ETFs play a dominate role in the European ETF market, as they are one of largest peer groups by assets under management. For this reason, Lipper analyzed this segment of the European ETF market and will publish a research study on September 16th. Within this 20 minutes presentation we will give an unique overview on the Euro Stoxx 50 ETFs, which are available to investors in Europe. We will present results of our analysis on: - Development of the assets under management (AUM), - Fees and expenses, - Relative performance, - Correlation, - Tracking error, - On-exchange turnover and - Spreads

ETFs in Europe - Market Overview and Research

Published on 29 Jun 2010, by Detlef Glow
Detlef Glow, Lipper’s Head of Central, North and Eastern European Research, provides an overview of the pan-European ETF market for first quarter 2010.
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