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The global ETF and ETP industry saw significant growth during 2010 and will continue to expand in 2011, according to BlackRock.

With products and assets both growing by 26.6%, the global ETF industry had 2,459 ETFs with 5,554 listings and assets of USD1,311.3bn, from 136 providers on 46 exchanges around the world, at year end 2010. This is up significantly on 2009’s year end of 1,943 ETFs with 3,827 listings and assets of USD1,036.1bn, from 108 providers on 41 exchanges.

The global ETF and ETP industry combined had 3,503 products with 7,311 listings and assets of US$ 1,482.0 Bn, from 168 providers on 50 exchanges around the world. This compares to 2,672 products with 4,856 listings, assets of USD1,155.8 Bn from 132 providers on 45 exchanges at year end 2009.
The United States ETF industry had 896 ETFs and assets of USD891.0bn, from 28 providers on two exchanges. This compares to 772 ETFs and assets of USD705.5bn, from 29 providers on two exchanges, at year end 2009.

Some USD19.0bn of net new assets went into United States listed ETFs/ETPs in December 2010, with USDbn net inflows going into equity ETFs/ETPs. Of that total, USD16.0bn went into ETFs/ETPs tracking North American indices and
USD0.8bn into ETFs/ETPs tracking international indices.

Fixed income ETFs/ETPs saw net outflows of USD1.7bn, while corporate bond ETFs/ETPs saw net outflows of USD0.9bn and aggregate fixed income ETFs/ETPs saw net outflows of USD0.9bn. Commodity ETFs/ETPs experienced USD1.9bn net inflows, of which precious metals ETFs/ETPs saw net inflows of USD1.0bn and US0.5bn went into agricultural commodity ETFs/ETPs in December 2010.

Of the USD17.7bn of net new assets in United States listed ETFs in December 2010, State Street Global Advisors gathered the largest net inflows with USD10.9bn, followed by iShares with USD3.9bn net inflows, while PowerShares saw USD1.0bn net outflows in December 2010.
The European ETF industry had 1,071 ETFs with 3,699 listings and assets of USD284.0bn, from 39 providers on 22 exchanges. This compares to 827 ETFs with 2,438 listings and assets of USD226.9bn, from 34 providers and 19 exchanges, at year end 2009.

A total of USD4.9bn of net new assets went into European listed ETFs/ETPs in December 2010, with USD3.8bn net inflows going into equity ETFs/ETPs. Of that total, USD1.5bn went into ETFs/ETPs tracking emerging market indices and USD1.4bn into ETFs/ETPs tracking European indices. Fixed income ETFs/ETPs saw net outflows of USD0.1bn, of which corporate bond ETFs/ETPs saw net outflows of USD0.4bn, while USD0.3bn went into government bond ETFs/ETPs. Commodity ETFs/ETPs saw net inflows of USD1.1bn, of which USD0.6bn went into precious metals exposure and USD0.4bn into broad commodity exposure.

Of the USD4.5bn of net new assets in European listed ETFs in December 2010, Lyxor Asset Management gathered the largest net inflows with USD1.8bn, followed by iShares with USD1.3bn net inflows. Source Markets meanwhile, had the largest net outflows with USD0.7bn.

The Asia Pacific (ex-Japan) ETF industry had 200 ETFs with 307 listings and assets of US$53.3 Bn, from 59 providers on 13 exchanges, while the Japanese ETF Industry had 80 ETFs with 83 listings and assets of USD32.2bn from seven providers on two exchanges.
               
The Latin American ETF industry had 26 ETFs with 355 listings and assets of USD10.1bn from four providers on three exchanges, while the Canadian ETF industry had 157 ETFs and assets of USD38.4bn, from four providers on one exchange.

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