ETF investors have pumped more than $180 million into Austria stocks year to date, shrugging off concerns over the recent election of a nationalist.
Japan ETFs are attracting assets from global investors as they are confident that leader Shinzo Abe will win the snap election on 22 October.
European investors have been selling out of gold ETFs, according to figures from the World Gold Council, with the price of the shiny metal falling back below the $1,300/oz mark during September.
US-listed ETFs have gathered more than $28 billion in September – a new annual high – despite the Federal Reserve hinting at interest rate hikes – a move intended to return to normal monetary policy and ward off another Great Depression.
Investors have not started panic selling German ETFs, despite the shock popularity of the nationalist Alternative for Germany (AfD) party, which gained 12.6% of the vote in the Federal Elections.
South Korea ETFs remain little phased by US President Donald Trump’s strong words about the dictatorship north of the border and show healthy longer-term returns for investors.