The fast-growing exchange-traded fund industry netted $3.6 billion of inflows during a one-week period in late November, marking the industry’s third-highest weekly draw, CBS MarketWatch reports.

ETF providers attracted $774 million during the previous one-week period. The industry set a record a one-week record of $4.7 billion in new inflows in June.

Domestic small-cap and international ETFs attracted most of the new assets last month, while the $22 billion technology-rich Nasdaq 100 Qubes remained flat in terms of new assets for the one-week period ending Dec. 10, according to TrimTabs.

Investors in recent weeks boosted assets levels in the in Barclays Global Investors’ newly launched iShares FTSE/Xinhau China 25 Index and iShares Dow Jones U.S. Real Estate by roughly 25%.

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