On Tuesday, September 10th, ETFs belonging to the TrackInsight segment of US 1-5Y Bonds experienced strong inflows on the primary market with $+420M of new shares created. During the same time, these ETFs went down by an average of -0,28%. Over the last weeks, the yield curve for US Treasury inverted a few times, which means the yield to maturity on 2Y bonds was higher than on 10Y bonds. It is quite exceptional, and often sign of a pending recession. The large inflows recorded on Tuesday may be showing that investors are ready to take the risk inherent to short term bonds (as we said, a probable recession) in order to earn a greater return. They could also bet on a price appreciation of these bonds since they are very cheap compared to 10Y bonds for example. In 2019, the segment of US 1-5Y Bonds is up by +4,73%. 27 ETFs tracking 17 indices are part of this segment, and they gather more than $84,3Bn of assets under management.