U.S.-listed exchange-traded funds are off to a strong start, with record first-quarter inflows hitting $55.9 billion, according to just-released data from the ETF Industry Association. 

By way of contrast, first-quarter inflows for 2011 and 2010 were $28.2 trillion and $8.5 trillion, respectively.

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