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 on August 24.
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.
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