ETFs providing exposure to value mid cap stocks experienced a surge of inflows on yesterday’s market session with $+414,21M of new shares from the primary market for the first time in over 30 days. ETFs closed lower (-3,38%) on the same day before the FOMC meeting took place, where the Fed announced that it will continue to support the US economy as it is not expecting a V-shaped recovery. Investors anticipated the continued Fed’s support and increased their exposure to the segment. The Fed keeping interest rates near zero levels through 2022 and purchasing treasuries and mortgage-backed securities could help the segment attract new flows in the near future. Year-to-date, value stocks ETFs are still down -14,96% and investors have redeemed -$944,41M. 12 funds tracking 10 indices are included in the segment for a total of $26,27Bn of assets under management.