Emerging market corporate bonds have seen a performance boost over the last month following a sell-off in other developing economy assets.
Socially responsible investments (SRI) within ETFs continue to raise positive returns in 2018 and have recovered better from earlier dips compared to many other mainstream markets.
Bond ETFs attract record inflows as investors spooked by equity uncertainty.
While ETF investors may have temporarily dipped out of large cap US stocks, small caps in particular are still in the black as investors feel they will benefit from the domestic agenda.
While US-based investors have been fleeing equity ETFs throughout February, especially in their home market, European buyers have remained resilient despite the volatility. However, overall equity ETFs have seen over €4bn of outflows during the month, as a general risk off mood has spread across markets.
Multi-factor ETFs have gained solid inflows since the February dip as investors are keen to diversify and avoid market timing.