Gold ETF Inflow Slumps in 2022 on Rising Prices

Inflow in gold exchange traded funds (ETFs) plunged by 90% to ₹459 crore in 2022 due to rising prices of yellow metal, increasing interest rate structure coupled with inflationary pressures. This was way lower than inflow of ₹4,814 crore in the segment during 2021 and ₹6,657 crore in 2020, data with Association of Mutual Funds in India showed. But the asset base of gold ETFs and investors’ account or folio numbers rose in 2022 from preceding year. “A rising price (of gold) puts some pressure on investors, with people holding back investments,” Kavitha Krishnan, senior analyst manager research, Morningstar India, said.


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