Growth stocks are back in business after the market meltdown earlier this month shows no sign of serious deterioration, according to experts.
ETF assets increased by 34.3% to $3.42 trillion at the end of December from $2.55 trillion at the end of 2016 – the fastest growth in the industry since 2009.
Smart beta growth stock ETFs have received healthy inflows over the past month as the global equity rally sees no sign of slowing.
The Central Bank of Ireland has published a discussion paper on the potential risks and challenges of regulating exchange traded funds, in response to the strong growth in the popularity of these vehicles across the globe.
Consultancy firm EY has released a new report on the outlook for the ETF markets across the globe. It is predicting ETFs in Europe will continue taking in new money to hit $1.1trn in AUM by the end of 2020, with fixed income being one of the key drivers of inflows.