From December 12 to December 19 there were eleven new exchange-traded product listings in Europe, including eight further ETPs from new issuer Boost.
THURSDAY, 13 DECEMBER
New ETP provider Boost ETP launches eight more products on the London Stock Exchange (LSE), a week after it listed its first two leveraged ETPs.
Korean asset manager Mirae Asset Global Investments has acquired a licence to list an exchange-traded fund tracking copper on the Korean stock exchange (KRX).
The ETF will track an index from S&P Dow Jones Indices. The S&P GSCI cash copper index measures the daily return from an investment in physical copper, after taking into account the costs of storing the metal in a warehouse approved by the London Metal Exchange (LME).
State Street Global Advisors (SSGA) is no longer bidding for the European exchange-traded fund arm of Credit Suisse, according to a report in Reuters.
Credit Suisse's ETF business has over $17 billion under management and has been up for sale for two months.
Reuters' reports said that BlackRock is still in the running, but it was unclear who else was looking at the Credit Suisse business.