Long-term Treasury ETFs saw record inflows leading up to the September FOMC meeting. Yields failed to move lower and are rising sharply today. Some investors had already begun to lose faith before today’s move. The chart below shows 5-day net flows swung from +$1.9 billion on September 13 to -$519 million as of September 26.
Today’s losses might shake out a few more investors. The drop means all new inflows from August 17 on are now seeing losses. The price on the chart is as of 2pm eastern on September 27.
As the chart below shows, shortly after the Brexit vote last year both the Stoxx Europe 600 (red line) and the S&P 500 (blue line) fell sharply. After that initial fall, they have advanced 11.34% and 18.29%, respectively.
The MSCI World Stock Indices are all also up after initially falling. The MSCI World Index (blue line below) is up 20% while the MSCI Emerging Market Index (red line below) is up 33.45%.
European stocks have followed a similar pattern. However, the U.K. (green line below) lags the rest of the countries in Europe, up just 9.32% since the Brexit vote.
Use the interactive chart below to view returns for all the MSCI stock indices.
The Bloomberg Treasury Index (blue line below) is down slightly (-0.05%) since the Brexit vote.
The Bloomberg High Yield Index (blue line below) is up 14.34% since the Brexit vote.
The Bloomberg Investment Grade Index (black line below) is up 4.50% since Brexit.
Use the interactive chart below to view additional bond total returns.
The Bloomberg Commodity Index is down 3.27% since the Brexit vote. The Bloomberg Industrial Metals sub-index leads the commodity sub-indices, up 30.29%
The Bloomberg Energy Index (blue line below) is down 7.19% since the Brexit vote.
Use the interactive chart below to view any of the commodity sub-groups.
The Federal Reserve recently updated its Flow of Funds data through Q2 2017. Below we highlight some of the data covering the equity markets. Our complete collection of charts can be found here.
The Federal Reserve recently updated its Flow of Funds data through Q2 2017. Below we highlight some of the data covering the real estate markets. Our complete collection of charts can be found here.
We have aggregated a series of metrics assessing business innovation, regulatory environment, energy access, and renewable energies. Data sources range from The World Bank to mining social media and search trends.
Higher index values indicate better conditions for economic growth in the new world of technology and renewables.