Market Moves: Week Ending 14 June 2024

  • Risk-on, big tech ETFs (FANG, HNDQ, LNAS, SEMI) were the top performers last week after data releases in the US showed slowing inflation and a weaker labour market. Rate cut odds for September jumped to 75% on the releases despite the Fed dot plot signalling only one rate-cut in 2024.1
  • Cryptocurrencies (EBTC, EETH, IBTC) were the worst performing assets of the week as Bitcoin ETFs snapped a 19-day win streak of inflows, losing US$65 million to net outflows last Monday.2
  • There were $404.6 million in reported inflows for the week and $97.5 million in outflows, marking a week of net inflows for the Australian ETF industry.

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