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Exchange-traded products expected to benefit from increased risk appetite
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Blackrock's acquisition of the exchange-traded funds operation will give iShares an even more dominant position in the European physical ETF industry
A roundup of structured products that Barclays distributed via UK IFAs in 2012 reveals good returns were possible even in flat markets. Despite many underlyings experiencing a bear market, investors...
A survey from Incapital finds that industry participants expect structured notes to overtake certificates of deposit in 2012
Structured product providers are looking to take volatility-linked products to the next level by basing them on emerging markets
Minimum volatility strategies have been a huge hit in the equity space. Index providers are now planning to apply them to fixed income and commodities
French transaction tax favours structured products and swap-based ETFs
Head of ETF strategy at French ETF provider exits as Arnaud Llinas is named global head of ETFs & Indexing in Paris
Exchange-traded funds that give exposure to corporate bond indexes could face competition from total return swaps on the indexes, say market participants
Deutsche Bank joins the trend for ETFs backed by real assets
Using non-financial corporate bonds instead of bank bonds to underpin structured products could encourage more investors to consider them, as it would help diversify the counterparty risk within a p...
Vanguard's replacement of an MSCI index with a FTSE index as the underlying for emerging markets exchange-traded fund should remind investors to look carefully at underlying constituents, hears conf...
Investors in Greece appear calmer than in May and June, when fears of currency redenomination saw structured product sales surge
European legislators are discussing the EC’s proposals on packaged retail investment products – and some believe the scope of the regulation should be extended
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