U.S. exchange-traded funds are on pace to attract at least $100 billion in inflows this year, according to State Street Global Advisors’ report, “2011 Mid Year SPDR ETF Outlook.” In the first six months of the year, ETFs saw $56.3 billion in net inflows, a 51% increase from the $37.3 billion in net inflows in the first half of last year.

The strategies that were most popular included fixed income, developed international markets and dividend strategies. Meanwhile, emerging markets and small-cap equities were less popular.

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