ETFs related to Multi Commodities experienced a very important inflow of $+426M on Tuesday, July 16th. These inflows are the largest in over 2 years, and it is closely linked to the trend around the gold price. Indeed, during the last few weeks, the gold price went up by more than 10% and is trading at around $1400/ounce, the highest value in 5 years. This interest in gold is related to the concern of investors about the global economic health, and the potential economic crisis that could hit in the next months. The Multi Commodities segment is therefore benefitting from this trend. In 2019, the segment is only up by +6,84% but investors are probably expecting more during next months. Overall, 42 ETFs are tracking 33 indices related to Multi Commodities, and they gather $9,3Bn of assets under management.