ETFs seeking to replicate the evolution of US 20Y+ bonds indices experienced a negative daily performance with -1,34% on average, as well as $321,84M of outflows. Over the course of the year, it’s more than $8,14Bn of new shares that have been created, showing the interest of investors for longer maturity bonds. Over the same period, ETFs included in the segment progressed on average by +12,95%. After the FED lowered its benchmark funds rate by 25 basis points to a range of 1,5% to 1,75%, the FOMC also indicated it would pause rate cuts in a near future. Over the last 30 days, the segment collected $+491,5M of cumulated inflows. 11 ETFs replicating the performances of 3 indices are part of this segment for a total of $21,9Bn of assets under management.