The healthy exchange-traded products market is seeing increasing demand from investors for access to specific sectors, as well as for dynamic strategies that can adapt to prevailing market conditions
Credit Suisse has launched an algorithmic platform that enables the creation of customised indexes based on liquid and listed instruments to give investors access to systematic equity investment str...
Market participants in Hong Kong can now trade after hours on the Scoach platform in Germany, where issuers can also list Hong Kong dollar-denominated products
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Volatile commodity markets are boosting the use of dynamic and active strategies to access the asset class, with a greater emphasis on direct exposure to particular sectors and underlying selection
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