December 07, 2012 at 13:08 PM EST
ETF Stats for November 2012 – Listing Count Increases
The number of exchange traded product (“ETP”) listings increased in November, ending the record-breaking three-month streak of declines.  Nine new introductions and three closures put the month-end count at 1,445 (1,235 ETFs and 210 . . . → Read More: ETF Stats for November 2012 – Listing Count Increases Similar posts: ETF Stats for October 2012 – Another Record Number of Closings A record number of exchange traded product (“ETP”) closures took... ETF Stats for March 2012: Launch Activity Dives Monthly launch activity plunged more than 70% from February’s blistering... First ETF Closures of 2012 Global X previously announced (pdf) that Thursday, February 16, 2012...

The number of exchange traded product (“ETP”) listings increased in November, ending the record-breaking three-month streak of declines.  Nine new introductions and three closures put the month-end count at 1,445 (1,235 ETFs and 210 ETNs).  This is below the quantity of 1,457 at the end of April, putting product growth in negative territory the past seven months.   It is also 45 less than the all time high of 1,490 established August 15, … [visit site to read more]

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