September saw a decline in ETF assets across the globe.

That's according to figures from Strategic Insight, which found that all major regions but Canada saw assets fall slightly. Net new flows into ETFs globally totaled $7.8 billion, which is 70 percent lower than they were in August.

Equity ETFs accounted for $12 billion in inflows ($16 billion altogether, but offset by outflows in both Europe and Asia), while both bond and "other" ETFs were hit with net redemptions—$0.5 billion for the former and $3.5 billion for the latter.

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