On Thursday, October 10th, ETFs included in the TrackInsight segment of Government 10Y+ Bonds experienced inflows of $51M on the primary market, despite an average daily performance of -1,08%. In 2019, investors created nearly $1,4Bn of new shares on the primary market for these ETFs, showing their interest about long term government bonds. Indeed, these types of bonds are considered as a “safe bet” because it is very rare for a government to be in default, which means investor are almost always making money by entering in these bonds. The interest is explainable by the global economic context which is fairly uncertain, investors fearing a meltdown of the markets in a near future. In 2019, the segment of government 10Y+ bonds is doing very well with an average cumulated performance of +26,93%. 16 ETFs tracking 12 indices are composing it, and they are gathering $4,31Bn of assets under management.