UK exchange traded funds have edged back into the green despite recent political upheaval yet inflows and performance have struggled to gain traction due to Brexit fears.
Providers are scrambling to boost distribution capabilities for ETFs.
The first half of the year has seen a turnaround in the fortunes of many global assets, as fears of a global trade war and concerns over the political future of the Eurozone dominated the news pages and affected sentiment for European assets.
Chinese ETFs have seen large outflows, triggering similar activity in wider Asia, Europe and the US on the back of trade war fears.
With a recent survey by State Street ETFs showing that some 83% of professional investors questioned expect demand for ESG ETFs to increase over the next five years, TrackInsight looks at the future of the sector. The diversity of the funds on offer means concrete statistics are hard to gather, but what is it that investors want from ESG and which providers can rise to the challenge?
Turkish equity exchange traded funds have seen strong inflows over the weeks running up to Sunday’s presidential election, despite steadily falling returns from…