The segment of Japanese Socially Responsible Stocks recorded a positive daily performance of +2.24% on Wednesday, June 5th. Despite this slight rebound, the segment still stays in negative territories with cumulative returns over the last 30 days standing at -1.88%. On a year-to-date basis, ETFs included in the segment were profitable with, on average, a cumulative performance of +5.17%. Interest in responsible investments is growing strong over the past couple of months, as Socially Responsible stocks collected €2bn globally YTD. Investors have poured $9.34 M yesterday within the segment via the primary market. This brought the cumulated flows since the beginning of the year to almost $70 M. The 12 funds replicating the performance of 9 indices represent a total of $429 of assets under management.