Swiss structured product turnover falls by nearly half compared to 2011

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Structured products and warrants in Switzerland have seen huge declines

A severe drop in the turnover of structured products and warrants listed on Scoach in Switzerland has been attributed to a lack of confidence in equities.  

Overall, the exchange, which also lists equities, Swiss and international bonds and exchange-traded funds (ETFs), has seen a fall of 20.9% in turnover for the first half of 2012 compared to the same period last year. The total figure fell to Sfr480 billion ($500 billion), with the number of trades down 9.8%. June has seen more positive

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