U.S. loan funds recorded an inflow of $853.01 million for the week ended Feb. 22, according to Lipper weekly reporters only. This marks the fifteenth consecutive inflow since the week ended Nov. 16 for a whopping $15.17 billion total over that span.
The year-to-date inflow climbs to $7.345 billion, based on inflows of $5.310 billion into mutual funds and $2.035 billion into ETFs, according to Lipper.
The four-week trailing average dipped to positive $893.825 million, from $936.71 million last week.
ETF flows were $259.40 million of the total this week, with $593.61 million flowing into mutual funds.
The change due to market conditions this past week was positive $113.96 million, marking the second straight week of increases. Total assets were $86.94 billion at the end of the observation period. ETFs represent about 19% of the total, at $16.385 billion. — James Passeri
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