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'Massive' inflows cushioned oil price drop in early 2015, but could easily reverse
Pension and sovereign wealth funds develop a taste for low-cost ETFs
Total ETP assets jump up to a record high of $2.55 trillion, ETFGI
Figures represent best April on record for the industry
ETF Risk: Industry anticipates Esma
UBS and Société Générale are among several banks and index providers to tap demand for dividend exposure with new ETNs and benchmarks this year
Seeking performance while at the same time increasingly needing to control risk makes smart beta thematic index approaches such as low volatility, minimum variance and risk-weighted strategies increasingly appealing to institutional investors allocating…
ETF Securities has criticised iShares' proposals to rename some commodities products, but says that if ETPS are re-labelled, physically backed ETFs that lend securities should be in the same category as swap-backed products
Exchange-traded funds linked to some agricultural commodities such as wheat have seen the strongest investment inflows over the first part of the year, with soft commodities presenting low or stretched inventory levels leading the trend
Citi shakes up structuring group
Greg King's arrival at Credit Suisse is one of many recent moves in the structured product and ETF markets
ETF Securities completes physical industrial metals platform with London listing
Capitalising on commodities
Preparing for inflation
Navigating the nuances of ETFs
Bank of America Merrill Lynch and ETF Securities have partnered to list an ETF based on the volatility of the European market.
ETF Securities saw inflows into its Brent ETCs last week spurred by the political situation in Egypt, but investors are being warned against jumping into the Egyptian equity market.
Inflation, currency debasement and sovereign debt will remain concerns this year, according to ETF Securities. But the outlook for exchange-traded products looks positive as investors are increasingly use them to reflect their views on markets.