Video: BlackRock's Deborah Fuhr on ETF development in Asia

The current market environment, marked by high levels of correlations, has made it hard for investors to find individual bonds or stocks that can perform better than sectors and countries. This has made exchange-traded funds (ETFs) attractive for both retail and institutional investors, according to Deborah Fuhr, global head of ETF research and implementation strategy at BlackRock.

Fuhr says investors in Asia have increasingly embraced ETFs as one component of their asset allocation strategies

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