ETP turnover up 39 per cent last week
Exchange-traded product turnover increased 39 per cent last week, fuelled by a 76 per cent increase in inverse and leveraged exchange-traded funds, according to data released by Lyxor.
Underlying equity market activity (measured by the Stoxx Europe 600 Index turnover) rose by 20 per cent to EUR107bn.
Reported on exchange ETP trading was 8.72 per cent of equivalent equity market activity.
On a 20 day basis Lyxor was ranked number two with 19.5 per cent market share with iShares at number one with market share of 35.4 per cent.
On a five day basis Lyxor was ranked number two with 22.1 per cent market share, while iShares’ market share on a five day basis was 31.9 per cent.
The Deutsche Boerse had the largest market share on a five day basis at 30.4 per cent followed by the LSE with 24 per cent.
On a 20 day basis the LSE has the largest market share at 29.41 per cent with the Deutsche Boerse having market share of 28 per cent.
Non Delta 1 products saw a 76 per cent increase following several weeks exceptionally low activity.
Country turnover rose by 41 per cent whilst regional activity lagged rising by only 30 per cent.
Commodity related turnover increased by 24 per cent and fixed income related turnover was up by almost 30 per cent.
The alternative area was the only area to see a fall in turnover.
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