European certificates and leverage products see Q1 trading surge

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Europe's listed products see jump in trading volumes

Trading volumes in European investment certificates and leverage products have risen to €29.1 billion in the first quarter of the year, representing a 9.3% increase in trading activity, according to a report from the European Structured Investment Products Association (Eusipa).

Eusipa member trading venues recorded a turnover of €13.7 billion in investment certificates, an increase of 31.6% on the final quarter of 2011.

Although leverage products made up just over half of the total turnover of

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