BMO Canadian ETF Dashboard

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— AS OF FEBRUARY 28, 2021 —

In February of 2021, the Canadian ETF industry reported AUM of $269.5 billion. The top three categories were Canadian Equity, Sector Equity and U.S. Equity.

BMO reported AUM at $75.8 billion. The top-selling BMO ETFS were BMO S&P/TSX Capped Composite Index ETF (Ticker: ZCN), BMO MSCI EAFE Index ETF (Ticker: ZEA) and BMO S&P 500 Index ETF (Ticker: ZSP).

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Industry Rankings AUM is total AUM of all listed ETFs. As such it may include positions held in other investment products, including ETFs.

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Fixed Income: What's Trending

Fixed Income: Annual Return (CAD)

Sectors: What’s Trending

Sectors: Annual Return (Worldwide - CAD)

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