LSE officials say they plan to create and list new derivative products, as well as challenge market share in existing contracts on other exchanges
Change of mentality needed to confront rise in insider trading says Baker Platt director
db x-trackers launches emerging markets ETFs
Source speculates LSE's two-hour closure in November probably due to software problems
Barclays Capital has listed a second volatility iPath ETN on the London Stock Exchange, along with a first listing in Milan
EU puts high-frequency trading on the block
New directions in infrastructure
Product roundup: Listing autocallable in London
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
FTSE has appointed a head for its Italian operations as it continues to invest in a market that now promises good opportunities in indexing and ETFs
Futures fund manager Qbasis seeks a London listing for an ETF based on its strategy
Deutsche Bank lists collateralised platinum and palladium exchange-traded commodities in London
HSBC has listed a Brazil ETF in London as it builds its fledgling ETF operations and expands into European markets
ETF providers in the UK are busy confirming their distributor status, which will allow investors to pay capital gains rather than income tax
As the dust settles on the World Cup and those that bought televisions on the basis that their national football team would win the tournament wonder how to match their rash expenditure with reality, Richard Jory reviews the copious research supporting...
Deutsche Bank has listed 10 new exchange-traded commodities on the London Stock Exchange to complement the 19 it issued earlier this year in Frankfurt
The FSA's plans to overhaul regulations governing investment advice will spark a boom in the use of ETFs in the UK, according to BlackRock.
Deutsche Bank has listed short-bond ETFs on the London Stock Exchange as an interest rate hedge or for taking directional views on UK and US sovereign debt
As appetite for listed products and the transparency they offer increases, Société Générale (SG) has launched its first exchange-traded notes (ETN) on the London Stock Exchange, giving investors access to single commodities in a variety of currencies.
How much can investors earn if their national football teams perform well at the Fifa Football World Cup? Buy a structured product based on the fortunes of your favourite team and find out, says Richard Jory, speaking at a lunch meeting held in London...