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Inside State Street's 4Q17 Results: Misses and More

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What State Street’s Total Assets under Management in 4Q17 Tell Us Today

STT’s outflows and inflows in 4Q17

State Street’s (STT) total AUM (assets under management) as of December 31, 2017, stood at ~$2.8 trillion, and in 4Q17, alternative investments contributed $146 billion of that total, while fixed income instruments contributed $414 billion.

By comparison, equity and multi-asset-class solutions made contributions of $1.74 trillion and $147 billion, respectively. Cash stood at $330 billion in 4Q17.

What State Street’s Total Assets under Management in 4Q17 Tell Us Today

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State Street’s total net long-term institutional outflows stood at $1 billion in 4Q17, mainly due to net institutional outflows from the equity asset class, which came in at $13 billion. In the same asset class, long-term institutional inflows stood at $89 billion, while outflows amounted to $102 billion.

STT’s market appreciation in 4Q17

State Street’s total net inflows amounted to $13 billion in 4Q17, and net ETF (exchange-traded fund) inflows totaled $26 billion in the equity asset class for the same quarter. Positive momentum in markets increased State Street’s AUM by $100 billion in 4Q17, while equity asset class inflows appreciated by $90 billion, also primarily due to positive markets.

In 4Q17, State Street’s total AUM rose by $3 billion due to the impact of foreign exchange. However, the equity and fixed income asset class rose by $2 billion and $1 billion, respectively, due to the impact of foreign exchange during the same period.

Over the past 12 months, State Street’s dividend yield stood at 1.38%. By comparison, peers (XLF) SEI Investments (SEIC), Invesco Limited (IVZ), and PNC Financial Services (PNC) dividend yields during the same period stood at 0.71%, 3.03%, and 1.65%, respectively.

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