ETF Securities has launched a new platform in Japan for physically-backed precious metal commodities exchange-traded funds (ETFs). Five funds began trading on the Tokyo Stock Exchange today.
Insurance Risk and BNY Mellon have conducted a survey to look at how insurance companies are preparing for the new regime and the opportunities and challenges that the changes will bring.
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JP Morgan has unveiled a new autocallable note linked to the Market Vectors Gold Mining ETF. The 18-month investment will pay a coupon of 5.25-6.25% if the fund is at 100% of its initial level after three months. If not, the product will continue to its...
Interest in physically backed exchange-traded gold products boomed last quarter on the back of counterparty risk fears. But the industry is divided on what impact the surge of inflows had on the physical gold market's prices. Could the same effect now...
Exposure to physical gold is increasing in popularity in the structured products market as investors seek insurance against a long-term global downturn. Prices for gold, which has traditionally been viewed as a safe haven during times of market trouble,...
Investors aren't exactly falling over themselves to put their cash into anything other than ultra-safe government securities at the moment. Those brave enough to enter the markets have to navigate extreme market volatility, a crisis of confidence in financial...
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