Eusipa: European retail structured product volumes fell sharply at end of 2011

The European umbrella structured products trade association has reported that structured product volumes on stock exchanges in Europe fell 26% in the final quarter of 2011

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Germany continues to dominate exchange-listed structured products in Europe

The volume of retail structured products listed on the stock exchanges of Austria, France, Germany, Italy, Sweden and Switzerland dropped by 26.6% in the final quarter of 2011 compared to the third quarter, according to structured products umbrella trade association the European Structured Investment Products Association (Eusipa). The relevant trade associations of the six countries are members of Eusipa.

The trading of leverage products in the final quarter of 2011 in the six countries hit €16

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