Eusipa optimistic that fall in structured products sales across Europe is a 'temporary blip'

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Thomas Wulf, Eusipa

The latest figures from the European Structured Investment Products Association (Eusipa) reveal that turnover from certificates and leverage products trading on six European stock exchanges fell by 21.9% to €20.7 billion ($27.5 billion) in the fourth quarter of 2012 compared to the same period in 2011. This included a fall of 13.4% from the previous quarter.

However, Thomas Wulf, Brussels-based secretary-general of Eusipa, says the outlook for the structured investment market has been looking mo

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