Inflows into exchange-traded products could rise 15% this year, says report

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Lyxor bullish on ETPs

Exchange-traded product (ETP) trading activity could increase by around 15% in 2012, according to ETF provider Lyxor Asset Management (Lyxor). This would result in a total of €260 billion of assets under management (AUM) by the end of the year, a rise from €226 billion in January.

"We expect that in 2012 the environment from a regulatory perspective will be increasingly stable, which will encourage end-users to further adopt exchange-traded funds [ETFs]," states Lyxor in a report released in mid

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