03 Apr – 07 Apr 2017


Total sector size increased by just under 1% and most ETFS increased with the exception of the BetaShares Australian High Interest Cash ETF (ASX code: AAA). The main beneficiary of investor interest was Vanguard’s Australian Fixed Interest Index ETF (ASX code: VAF) although in percentage terms Vanguard’s International Fixed Interest Index (Hedged) ETF (ASX code: VIF), which is quite a small ETF in terms of fund size, grew the most (9.9%).


1m (%)1y (%)FUND
SIZE ($m)
BetaShares Aust High Interest CashAAA50.100.152.15 1,122.84
SPDR S&P/ASX Australian BondBOND25.800.461.7228.69
SPDR S&P/ASX Australian Government BondGOVT25.660.421.3315.49
iShares Composite Bond ETFIAF106.270.431.94355.88
iShares Treasury ETFIGB103.810.451.1129.84
iShares Government Inflation ETFILB114.500.730.4095.51
Russell Australian Select Corporate Bond ETFRCB20.310.323.39122.17
Russell Australian Government Bond ETFRGB21.100.030.3858.60
Russell Australian Semi-Government Bond ETFRSM20.600.111.7361.41
Vanguard Australian Fixed Interest Index ETFVAF48.860.441.95611.11
Vanguard Australian Government Bond Index ETFVGB49.230.411.49134.83
Vanguard International Credit Securities Index ETFVCF49.820.033.8779.22
Vanguard International Fixed Interest Index ETFVIF49.32-0.030.9375.96
*1 month/1 year performance as at end of March 2017, except for Russel Australian where *1 month/1 year performance are as at end of February 2017 . Closing price as at week end. Returns in AUD before fees