Market Moves: Week Ending 10 May 2024

  • Precious metals and their miners (ETPMAG, MNRS, GDX, ETPMPM, ETPMPD, GLDN) were the top performers of the week. Renewed US rate-cut optimism and returning geopolitical tensions have benefited precious metals pricing, in turn raising miner profits.1,2
  • Short equity funds (BBOZ, BBUS, SNAS) suffered after a poor US labour market report raised the odds of multiple rate-cuts in 2024.3 Market pricing currently indicates that the first of two expected interest rate cuts will occur from the Fed’s September meeting.4
  • There were $581.6 million in reported inflows for the week and $493.2 million in outflows, marking a week of net inflows for the Australian ETF industry.

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