ETFs tracking the gold segment recorded strong inflows of $+282,52M on Monday, July 1st. It is in line with the recent trend around the most known of commodities, since more than $4,28Bn of new shares were created on the primary market during the last month. Overall, investors seem to rush into gold because they are afraid of a potential downturn of the world economy in the near future, as well as threats of trade wars, or tensions between the US and Iran. Gold appears like a safe haven. On June 25, gold price hit a six-year high of $1439 an ounce, but since then the precious metal lost a bit of value. Nevertheless, the segment of gold performed very well during the last month, at +8,27%, despite a strong loss of -0,95% this Monday. 42 ETFs are replicating 12 indices related to gold, and they gather a total of $68,3Bn of assets under management.