Strong first quarter for commodity ETPs shows increased appetite for broad-based exposure

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

Strong ETP performance from wider range of commodities

Commodity exchange-traded products (ETPs) have led the rebound in commodity investment since the start of the year with inflows rising by $7.5 billion, the largest quarterly rise in almost two years, according to ETF Securities' Global Commodity ETP Quarterly report.

A combination of higher commodity prices and increased demand for ETPs boosted assets in commodity ETPs to $189 billion globally, states the report. But while inflows into ETPs have traditionally been concentrated in precious metals

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