Royal Bank of Scotland lets Stuff go
New product filings with the SEC show a preference for technology and ETF underlyings, and include a Bank of Montreal reverse convertible based on the stock of Whole Foods Market
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A new ETF from iShares gives investors dollar-denominated exposure to emerging markets corporate bonds
Amundi ETF has launched five ETFs in Spain, marking its entry into an ETF market that providers believe has growth potential despite being relatively undeveloped
Barclays Bank has listed three exchange-traded notes on the Toronto Stock Exchange, marking the first time these products have been locally listed
Commodity exchange-traded products see biggest quarterly rise in inflows in almost two years, driven not only by gold but also a wider range of commodities
A new Market Vectors ETF from Van Eck is the latest in a busy period of corporate bond fund launches, highlighting continued demand for high-yield products
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More than half of UK wealth managers and global fund selectors use ETFs to gain tactical exposure to certain markets, according to new survey
Banks’ long-term funding needs will drive demand for liquidity swaps with insurers
Societe General Private Banking names new commercial head
ETFs have been a positive influence on the trading of related futures and securities markets, according to an Edhec survey
Research institute Edhec-Risk's annual European exchange-traded funds survey has found that European investors think physical replication is less risky than synthetic exposure
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