Total assets in ETFs in the U.S. have grown to $1.86 trillion as of June 30, according to First Bridge, an ETF data provider. This compares to total U.S. assets of $1.7 trillion at the end of 2013, representing a 9.3% growth in assets due to market appreciation and net inflows. 

The top three players – Blackrock, State Street and Vanguard – currently dominate U.S. ETF market share, holding more than 80% of total assets as of mid-2014, a percentage that has remained relatively unchanged since 2012.

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