Money options continued to be a well-liked draw with $1.7 billion in inflows for the month, adopted intently by Canadian authorities ETFs with $1.5 billion.
Brief-term mounted earnings ETFs absorbed $1.5 billion, whereas broad/blended bond ETFs and mid-term ETFs had been neck-and-neck with $1.1 billion in inflows every.
Canadian combination bond ETFs, U.S./North America fixed-income ETFs, and Canadian company ETFs noticed inflows of $926 million, $748 million, and $741 million, respectively.
In the meantime, fairness ETFs noticed round $1.7 billion in December inflows, with the lion’s share going to U.S. fairness ETFs ($973 million). Rising-market fairness ETFs attracted $248 million, whereas Canadian fairness ETFs took in $205 million.
Cap-weighted fairness ETFs accounted for greater than half of whole fairness ETF flows, pulling in $909 million.