Domestic Equity Mutual Funds See Outflows For The 18’th Consecutive Week, ETF’s Have Small Outflows

Posted By on September 8, 2010

Here is the key to this….In tracking mutual fund redemptions, net cash liquidity is now down to just 3.5% of assets.  This is very negative data for the stock market.

Domestic equity mutual funds saw $7.5 billion in outflows, it’s the biggest one week outflow since the $13.4 billion redeemed in the week of the Flash Crash. It’s the 18th consecutive week of outflows.

Year to Date the total pulled out is a whopping $62 billion, with both inflows and the market having peaked at the same time in April. In tracking mutual fund redemptions, net cash liquidity is now down to just 3.5% of assets.

ETF’s Have Small Net Outflows For August:

August 2010 net cash outflows from all ETFs/ETNs totaled approximately $1.9 billion, with year-to-date net cash inflows totaling $47.6 billion. Total Global/Int’l Equities led all product categories with over $4.5 billion in net cash inflows. Total U.S. Equities had net cash outflows of over $10.9 billion for the month of August 2010.

This and more data is included in the full NSX August 2010 Month-End ETF/ETN Data Report released by the Exchange, which has become a key industry source for ETF/ETN data. These Data Reports are published following the end of each calendar month.

To view the full reports go to: http://www.nsx.com/content/market-data. NSX also publishes a product-by-product breakdown of the 1046 products on which the data is based. The complete list can be accessed at: http://www.nsx.com/content/etf-product-list.

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