Funds suffered their first calendar year of outflows since Morningstar started tracking, a total of $370 billion.
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U.S. ETFs reeled in $62.7 billion in last month, as bond and international-stock portfolios posted banner monthly returns.
Sentiment improved as equity markets rallied, but outflows persisted.
Investors poured $85.9 billion into ETFs as stocks launched a powerful rebound in October.
Tumbling equity markets and declining bond prices drove some investors to the exits.
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U.S. ETFs collected modest inflows as stocks and bonds sold off last month.
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ETF investors weren't deterred by another down month for stocks and bonds.
Investors keyed in on U.S. Treasury and dividend ETFs as markets rebounded in July.
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Investors fled bond funds amid market turmoil.
U.S. ETFs hauled in $297.3 billion in a turbulent first half of the year.
ETF investors pile into bond portfolios in another roller-coaster month in the markets.
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This index fund is a cheap way to get exposure to large-cap value stocks, which are outperforming this year.
Long-term mutual funds and exchange-traded funds shed $89 billion in April 2022, marking the first such overall outflow since March 2020.
U.S. ETFs endure their first month of outflows since 2019 as stocks and bonds both retreat.
This fund maintains a low-cost portfolio of durable dividend stocks, says Morningstar's analyst.
Long-term mutual funds and exchange-traded funds collected just $30 billion in March 2022.
U.S. stocks found their footing, bonds backpedaled, and commodities ETFs continued to cruise in March.
Investors bought U.S. equity funds and sold bond funds against a backdrop of the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Exchange-traded funds hauled in $69.5 billion in a turbulent February.
Bond and U.S. equity funds endure outflows as investors brace for interest-rate hikes.
Tepid ETF flows accompanied turbulent markets in January.
Direct commodity ETFs are a more attractive way to get exposure.
Investors embraced passive funds and tried to counter inflation.
2021 was a year of milestones for exchange-traded funds.
Equity and fixed-income funds experience modest flows for the month.
ETFs hauled in $73.1 billion of fresh inflows despite markets' sour end to November.
Flows into U.S. equities ramp up but remain subdued elsewhere.
ETFs continued to drum up flows as investors kept an eye toward inflation last month.
Investors press pause as markets turn south.
A turbulent month in the markets doesn't throw ETF investors off course.
International-equity fund flows remain strong.
A closer look at the traits associated with funds that have shut down in recent years.
Plain-vanilla, broadly diversified index funds continued to attract healthy flows last month.
These funds bet against the broad market with varying degrees of conviction.
ETF flows cruise past the 2020 record just seven months into the year.
ETFs look poised to shatter last year's flows records.
The differences between active open-end funds and ETFs may look trivial at first blush but can carry important consequences.
Markets scraped forward while stock ETFs continued to haul in new money.
Rich stock valuations don't deter exchange-traded fund investors in April.
Investors continue to pour into stock ETFs, and Vanguard extends its streak atop the flows standings.
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