Industry Updates

ETFs in review: Q3 2023

A recap of flows, performance and the biggest stories over the quarter

Theo Andrew

Commodities topped the performance charts in Q3 with oil and uranium prices both boosted by supply constraints.

The WisdomTree Heating Oil ETC (HEAT) led the way, followed by the HANetf Sprott Uranium Miners UCITS ETF (URNM).

Elsewhere, global equities continued to be the most popular asset class this year, with the $55bn iShares Core MSCI World UCITS ETF topping the flows table.

Meanwhile, the Xtrackers S&P 500 Equal Weight UCITS ETF (XDEW) also posted strong inflows from investors concerned about overconcentration.

BlackRock pulled in $13.8bn over the quarter while DWS once again gained market share on Amundi, amassing 20% of all ETP flows in Europe.

The biggest stories of the quarter were dominated by the entries of ARK Invest and Robeco into European ETFs.

BlackRock captured investors' attention with the launch of Europe’s first fixed maturity ETFs, leading product innovation over the quarter.

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