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European ETFs break annual inflows record with two months to spare - SEW

The firm said the year-to-date figure "surpasses any full-year net new assets [figure] for the European-listed ETF/ETP industry". Inflows of $18.4 billion mean its total assets under management now stands at $213 billion. Despite the difficult economic environment, October saw a continuation of strong flows into these firms' products, with the same three providers attracting the most assets. That follows a separate report revealing trading activity in UK-listed ETFs hit a record high last month amid greater volatility. "October was a challenging month, with increasing macroeconomic concerns," saysDeborah Fuhr, managing partner at ETFGI."At the end of the month, the markets reacted positively to the Bank of Japan's announcement of new annual purchasing targets. "The S&P 500 reached a new record of 2,017, up 1.2% for the month and 9.2% for the year. Developed markets ended the month down 2% while emerging markets gained 2%." Equity ETFs were the most popular products during the month, attracting $5.2 billion of inflows compared with $3.6 billion into fixed income and $183 million outflows from commodity funds. By the end of the month the European ETF industry's 2,111 products, offered by 51 providers, had total assets of $456 billion. This article was originally published in sister title Investment Week. http://searchenginewatch.com/article/2380684/European-ETFs-break-annual-inflows-record-with-two-months-to-spare

China A-Shares ETFs Soar on Cross-Border Trading Link - November 12, 2014 - Zacks.com

China and South Korea after two years of negotiations decided to strengthen their ties by signing a free trade deal. The pact will remove or relax 90% of import tariff across 17 areas, excluding rice and auto industry, over the next two decades. This would give Korean firms greater access to Chinas market, and benefit stocks in number of industries (read: Korea ETFs in Focus on Stimulus Plan, Interest Rate Speculation ). Moreover, China and U.S. expanded their trade deal, to eliminate many global tariffs on high-tech goods such as medical equipment, GPS devices, video games consoles and next-generation semiconductors. The deal is the first major tariff-cutting agreement at the World Trade Organization in 17 years. Given the reassuring economic picture and smooth trade deals, investors should think about the space and http://www.nasdaq.com/article/investingcom-sentiment-report-gold-longs-fall-sharply-last-week-cm411952 recycle their portfolio for higher returns in the coming months. Want the latest recommendations from Zacks Investment Research? http://www.zacks.com/stock/news/153798/china-ashares-etfs-soar-on-crossborder-trading-link

4 Large Cap ETFs Leading the Current Market Rally - November 12, 2014 - Zacks.com

The S&P 500 enjoyed the consecutive fifth day of gains, the longest rally since June, and hit an all-time high for the 40th time this year, compared to 45 times in 2013. On the other hand, the Dow Jones industrial average climbed for the sixth session in a row. The recent rally was sparked off by healthy third-quarter earnings, continued job growth, higher-than-expected U.S. GDP growth numbers, improving business conditions, renewed optimism in housing recovery and some upbeat economic indicators. Additionally, low commodity prices, low interest rates, as well as improving sentiments across the globe supported the strength. http://www.zacks.com/stock/news/153796/4-large-cap-etfs-leading-the-current-market-rally