The U.S. ETF industry's market share within the worldwide ETF space fell dramatically last month, at least by one measure, according to the latest data from the folks with an ETF-focused research firm.
| Deborah "Debbie" Fuhr|
ETFGI / ETF TV
Managing Partner, Founder, Owner / Co-Founder
On Monday, Debbie Fuhr
, managing partner at ETFGI
that ETFs in the U.S. brought in $15.37 billion in net August 2023 inflows. That translates into 23.8 percent of total worldwide
ETF inflows last month, which reached $64.64 billion. By comparison, U.S. ETFs accounted for 65.1 percent of worldwide ETF inflows in July 2023
. (U.S. ETFs have brought in 16 straight months of net inflows, compared with 51 straight months of inflows for the global ETF business.)
Year-to-date, as of August 31, U.S. ETFs had brought in $300.04 billion, accounting for 56.7 percent of worldwide ETF inflows of $529.04 billion. Those YTD figures are the third highest ETF inflows numbers ever for the first eight months of a year, for both the U.S. and the world.
As of August 31, 2023, the U.S. ETF industry held $7.45 trillion in AUM, 69.6 percent of the $10.7 trillion in ETFs worldwide. The U.S. ETF industry included 3,212 ETFs on August 31, 27.9 percent of the world's total of 11,510 ETFs. And 295 ETF providers operate in the U.S., which translates into 41.4 percent of the 713 ETF providers worldwide.
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