: ETFs attract strong inflows in March, but not ‘all boats’ were lifted. Here’s where the money flowed—and where it didn’t.


Hello! The results for March and first-quarter ETF flows are in, and for this week’s wrap, we take a look at how it all shakes out. 

Exchange-traded funds raked in capital last month despite first-quarter losses for stocks and bonds amid jitters over the Russia-Ukraine war and the prospect of rising interest rates. U.S.-listed ETFs saw their third largest monthly inflows ever in March, a rising tide that did not lift “all boats” though like it did in 2021, according to State Street Global Advisors. Scroll down to see where…

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