The MSCI All-Country World index hit its highest level in history, as investors continue to put money in the global stock market, but is this rally sustainable or should we expect a correction?
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.
Investors have started putting money into global equity ETFs again after months of outflows, according to the latest data on European ETFs provided by TrackInsight. Meanwhile, interest in US and Asian equity products seems to be waning as worries mount over the upcoming election in the US.