Surge in ETF Investments: Shenzhen Stock Exchange's April Report Highlights

The Shenzhen Stock Exchange's April report reveals substantial growth in ETF investments, with 379 ETF products having a combined market cap of $83.8 billion and a trading volume of $63.6 billion. Significant net inflows into China's onshore stock market indicate investor confidence, particularly in equity ETFs. E Fund Management attracted a $13.6 billion net inflow into its broad-based ETF offerings.


PTI | Guangzhou | Updated: 11-06-2024 10:23 IST | Created: 11-06-2024 10:23 IST
Surge in ETF Investments: Shenzhen Stock Exchange's April Report Highlights
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According to the latest market data released by the Shenzhen Stock Exchange, the month of April saw notable growth in ETF investments. A total of 379 ETF products amassed a combined market cap of $83.8 billion, while the trading volume for ETFs reached $63.6 billion.

Leading the trades were E Fund ChiNext ETF, HuaAn ChinaBond 1-5 Year CDB Bond Index ETF and Harvest CSI 300 Index ETF, with trading volumes of $3,548 million, $2,949 million, and $2,787 million respectively. This surge reflects burgeoning investor confidence in China's onshore stock market and economic prospects.

Particularly, E Fund Management, China's leading fund manager, drew a significant net inflow of $13.6 billion into its broad-based ETF offerings this year. This highlights the increasing appeal of broad-based ETFs, including those tracking indices like the CSI 300 and CSI A50. Moreover, E Fund launched the E Fund CSI A50 ETF, which stands out due to its industry-balanced allocation and ESG exclusionary strategy.

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