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ETF Securities has launched two ETFs based on the growing infrastructure sector, which will require $2 trillion of investment every year until 2030, according to OECD estimates.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch and ETF Securities have partnered to list an ETF based on the volatility of the European market.
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db x-trackers has listed the MSCI Emerging Market Short Daily Index ETF on the London Stock Exchange and predicts more sector and emerging markets interest this year.
Deutsche Bank lists emerging markets ETFs in London
Societe Generale is about to start the sale in secondary of three exchange-traded autocallables listed on the London Stock Exchange in November.
Change of mentality needed to confront rise in insider trading says Baker Platt director
Source speculates LSE's two-hour closure in November probably due to software problems
EU puts high-frequency trading on the block
New directions in infrastructure
iShares has launched five equity ETFs with a currency hedge in response to demand from institutional investors
Credit Suisse has cross-listed its Ucits III ETFs in London as well as adding ETFs which are new to the European market
iShares introduces the first euro high-yield bond ETF
Futures fund manager Qbasis seeks a London listing for an ETF based on its strategy
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