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Global ETF assets rise by 4.3 per cent in November

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Global exchange-traded fund assets hit an all time high of USD982bn at the end of November 2009, 4.3 per cent above the previous all time high of USD942bn set in October 2009, according to a report by BlackRock.

At the end of November 2009 the global ETF industry had 1,907 ETFs with 3,678 listings and assets of USD982.28bn, from 103 providers on 39 exchanges around the world.

Globally, net sales of mutual funds (excluding ETFs) were USD13.3bn, while net sales of ETFs were USD93.8bn during the first nine months of 2009, according to Strategic Insight.

Additionally, there were 601 other exchange-traded products with assets of USD154.52bn from 40 providers on 19 exchanges.

Combined, there were 2,508 products with 4,565 listings and assets of USD1,136.80bn from 129 providers on 42 exchanges around the world.

US ETF assets hit an all time high of USD665bn at the end of November 2009 which tops the previous all time high of USD640bn set in October 2009.

At the end of November 2009 the US ETF industry had 753 ETFs and assets of USD665.45bn, from 26 providers on two exchanges.

In the US, net sales of mutual funds (excluding ETFs) were minus USD131.5bn, while net sales of ETFs domiciled in the US were positive USD64.0bn in the first nine months of 2009, according to Strategic Insight.

Additionally, there were 144 other ETPs with assets of USD88.38bn from 18 providers on one exchange. Combined, there were 897 products with assets of USD753.82bn from 40 providers on two exchanges in the US.

European ETF assets hit an all time high of USD217bn at the end of November 2009 which is 5.5 per cent above the previous all time high of USD206bn set in October 2009 and 35.5 per cent above the high of USD160bn recorded in July 2008.

At the end of November 2009 the European ETF industry had 812 ETFs with 2,315 listings and assets of USD216.78bn, from 32 providers on 18 exchanges.

In Europe net sales of mutual funds (excluding ETFs) were USD177.7bn while net sales of ETFs domiciled in Europe were USD28.6bn during the first nine months of 2009, according to Lipper FMI.

Additionally, there were 175 other ETPs with assets of USD19.95bn from five providers on six exchanges. Combined, there were 987 products with assets of USD236.73bn from 33 providers on 18 exchanges in Europe.

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