ETFs related to 5-10Y Bonds indices experienced an average daily positive performance of +0,67% on Monday, June 24th. It is in line with the general trend of the segment over the last month and also in 2019, since the cumulated performances are at +2,61% for the last month, and +7,65% since the start of the year. The uncertainty around probable rate cuts in Europe and in the US, as well as a global fear of a recession during the next months, are making yields go down and therefore the price of bonds go up. Investors are aware of these tendencies and are massively entering into the segment, proof is that close to $7Bn of inflows on the primary markets were collected since the beginning of the year, with only 3 days of outflows superior to $100M. 15 funds are tracking 14 indices related to 5-10Y bonds, gathering a total of $81,94Bn of assets under management.