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Casting a wide net
Launch of Smit 40 Index ETF by Commerzbank coincides with surge in demand for emerging markets equity products
Exchange-traded products expected to benefit from increased risk appetite
Doubling up for innovation
Falling out of love with protection
Blackrock's acquisition of the exchange-traded funds operation will give iShares an even more dominant position in the European physical ETF industry
A survey from Incapital finds that industry participants expect structured notes to overtake certificates of deposit in 2012
Structured product providers are looking to take volatility-linked products to the next level by basing them on emerging markets
Minimum volatility strategies have been a huge hit in the equity space. Index providers are now planning to apply them to fixed income and commodities
French transaction tax favours structured products and swap-based ETFs
Breaking new ground
Exchange-traded funds that give exposure to corporate bond indexes could face competition from total return swaps on the indexes, say market participants
Vanguard's replacement of an MSCI index with a FTSE index as the underlying for emerging markets exchange-traded fund should remind investors to look carefully at underlying constituents, hears conf...
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