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Stock Market Fund Flows Remain Deadlocked Before Eventful Week

Stock Market Fund Flows Remain Deadlocked Before Eventful Week

2019-02-22 19:30:00
Peter Hanks, Analyst

Stock Market Talking Points:

Dow Jones Breaches 26,000

Last week I highlighted the crossroads at which the Dow Jones traded. Since then, not much has changed from a price perspective and fund flows remain relatively muted. That said, next week’s loaded economic calendar could put an end to the recent calm in fund flows activity.

Dow Jones Price Chart: Daily Timeframe (January 2018 to February 2019) (Chart 1)

dow jones price chart

Learn key tips and strategies to day trade the Dow Jones

February Fund Flows Remain Calmed

Exchange traded funds SPY, IVV and VOO notched just $373 million in cumulative net inflows this week, with particularly strong buying on Tuesday. While a larger change than last week, the activity still falls short of the record flows witnessed in late January. The relatively deadlocked buying and selling suggests investors are still uncertain about the current landscape of the US equity sector.

Aggregate Fund Flows for Broad Market ETFs versus S&P 500 (Chart 2)

ETF price chart SPY

Short-Term Fixed Income Continues to Slide

Conversely, investors seem confident about the state of short-term fixed income. The BIL ETF which was also highlighted last week has continued its trend this week. The fund has recorded nearly a month’s worth of consecutive daily outflows. This week alone it saw another $145 million leave its coffers. The reallocation bumps the total capital lost during its streak to nearly $840 million.

BIL ETF Fund Flows (Chart 3)

BIL ETF price chart

High Yield Corporate Debt sees Continued Demand

The HYG ETF, a fund that tracks the performance of high yield fixed income, notched another week of net inflows. After over $400 million in inflows this week, the fund has seen roughly $1.2 billion in fresh capital enter the fund. The continued demand for riskier corporate debt suggests some investors are relatively comfortable taking on risk despite the high degree of uncertainty heading into next week.

HYG ETF Fund Flows (Chart 4)

HYG ETF chart

Uncertainty Persists

Despite the nearly unabated rebound for the S&P 500 and Dow Jones, the potential for a risk-off market response is heightened. Combined with a loaded economic calendar from a data perspective, next week will see substantial event risk.

Check out A Brief History of Trade Wars for a crash-course on the background of previous economic conflicts.

Trade wars remain a key factor in the equity space and the ceasefire between the US and China ends next Friday. Should an agreement or extension be reached before then, it buoy sentiment but could also heighten the chances of a trade war in the European Union or Japan. With one trade war front resolved, it would allow the United States to set its sights on a new party.

Elsewhere, a meaningful Brexit vote is scheduled, and Fed Chairman Powell will deliver his semi-annual testimony to a House Panel. View our economic calendar for the other key events that will drive equities next week.

Read more: Stock Markets Await President Trump’s Decision on Auto Tariffs

--Written by Peter Hanks, Junior Analyst for DailyFX.com

Contact and follow Peter on Twitter @PeterHanksFX

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