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ETF Inflows Rose Last Week, But Growth Slowed From September

Wells Fargo’s Christopher Harris takes a look at U.S. ETF inflows for the week ended Oct. 12, which totaled $3 billion. That’s up from $2 billion in the previous week. However, Harris writes that this week’s flows reflect annualized organic growth of 7%, below 9% in September and 10% for the first nine months of 2016.
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