By  on August 7, 2014

(Bloomberg) — Money is starting to flood into exchange-traded funds that focus on media and retail companies, marking a rebound for this year’s worst-performing ETF industry group as U.S. economic growth revives consumer demand.

Investors pumped $1.79 billion into consumer discretionary exchange-traded funds in the five trading days through Aug. 6, the most of any group, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. The funds have still seen $2.04 billion flow out this year, also the most among the different industries.

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