ETFs seeking to replicate the evolution of US stocks indices experienced a surge of inflows on Friday’s market session with +$3,93bn of new shares created via the primary market. Last week saw US equity ETFs lose 10,75% while European equity ETFs fell by 19%. Investors withdrawn $1,74Bn from European ETFs with the continent now labelled as the epicentre of coronavirus pandemic. Over the same period, US equity ETFs collected +$10,5Bn. 1040 funds replicating the evolution of 735 indices are included in the US stocks segment for a total of $2,29Bn of assets under management.