Bell Potter: October ETF Flows & Performance

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The S&P/ASX 200 Accumulation Index was down 0.35% in October. This was the result of a weaker month from the Financials sector which makes up approximately 32% of the ASX200. A higher concentration of Financials into the top end of the index resulted in a monthly return in the S&P/ASX 20 Accumulation Index of –0.84%.

VanEck Vectors Australian Banks ETF (MVB) produced the lowest return amongst the domestic mandated ETFs with –3.5%. MVB aims to replicate the returns of the MVIS Australia Banks Index which is a rules based index that tracks the performance of the largest and most liquid ASX-listed companies that generate at least 50% of their revenues or assets from the Australian banking sector. The index focuses on liquidity, must have a minimum 6 holdings and a maximum weight of each holding of 20%

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William Gormly

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William Gormly is an ETF/LIC Specialist at Bell Potter Securities. Will provides comprehensive coverage of the ETF and LIC sectors, producing a range of highly regarded reports covering investment fundamentals, asset class structure and cost, and the role of managed investments in portfolios.

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