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EFA, IAI: Big ETF Outflows

Posted: Nov. 19th, 2011  |  By Forbes

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Turning today to week-over-week shares outstanding changes among the universe of ETFs covered at ETF Channel, the largest outflow was seen in the iShares MSCI EAFE Index Fund , which shed 4.2 million shares, or a 0.6% decrease week over week. Among the largest underlying components of EFA, in morning trading today National Bank Greece is up about 0.2%.

And on a percentage change basis, the ETF with the largest outflow was the iShares Dow Jones US Broker-Dealers Index Fund , which lost 450,000 of its shares, for a 15.3% decline in outstanding shares. Among the largest underlying components of IAI, in morning trading today Goldman Sachs (nyse: GS - news - people ) is trading flat, and Morgan Stanley (nyse: MS - news - people ) is up by about 0.2%.

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