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Huatai Futures: Chinese assets listed in the US continue to gain ETF funding

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[Huatai Futures: Chinese assets listed in the United States continue to gain ETF funds]On October 12, Gao Cong, a researcher at Huatai Futures, according to Bloomberg data, shows that the Asia-Pacific region has received net ETF funds for three consecutive months. Inflows, of which the net inflow in September exceeded US$2.4 billion, setting a new high in the past 9 months. Chinese assets listed in the United States continue to be favored by ETF funds. At present, ETF funds have been net inflows for 9 consecutive months, of which the net inflow in September exceeded 1.65 billion U.S. dollars, and the cumulative net inflow in the past nine months exceeded 10.94 billion U.S. dollars. (China Securities Network)

On October 12, Gao Cong, a researcher at Huatai Futures, listed in the United States based on Bloomberg data.ETFThe situation shows that the Asia-Pacific region has received ETF funds for 3 consecutive monthsNet inflow, Of which, the net inflow in September exceeded US$2.4 billion, setting a new high in the past 9 months. Chinese assets listed in the United States continue to be favored by ETF funds. At present, ETF funds have been net inflows for 9 consecutive months, of which the net inflow in September exceeded 1.65 billion U.S. dollars, and the cumulative net inflow in the past nine months exceeded 10.94 billion U.S. dollars.

Gao Cong introduced to a reporter from China Securities News that the amount of funds entering the global capital market through ETF channels has shown a gradual downward trend since March 2021. Among them, the net inflow of funds in September exceeded 45 billion U.S. dollars, and the net inflow of funds in March was close to 100 billion U.S. dollars, a sharp decrease of more than 50% from the previous high.

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Commodity ETFs had a net outflow of more than US$900 million in September, and funds have maintained a net outflow status for three consecutive months. In terms of different industries, the industrial metal sector in commodities has a net outflow of US$4 million in September, showing a net outflow for two consecutive months;Precious metalsThe sector had a net outflow of US$570 million in September, of which gold ETF funds had a net outflow of US$260 million in September, and a net outflow of funds for three consecutive months, and a silver ETF had a net outflow of US$37 million in September, and a net outflow of funds for four consecutive months; the agricultural sector in September The net outflow was US$29 million, and the net outflow of funds for 4 consecutive months; the net outflow of energy ETFs was US$183 million in September, and the net outflow of funds was 16 consecutive months.

In terms of U.S. stocks, data as of September 30 shows that the U.S. stock communications and technology industries have received net inflows of ETF funds for three consecutive months. In the past three months, the net inflows of ETF funds in the communications and technology industries were 1.875 billion U.S. dollars and 3.962 billion U.S. dollars. Dollar;real estateIndustry ETF funds also showed a substantial net inflow, of which the net inflow in September exceeded US$3.25 billion; the energy industry saw a substantial net inflow of more than US$1.6 billion in September when ETF funds outflow exceeded US$1.68 billion in August.

(Source: China Securities Network)

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