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BATS secures 85 per cent of US ETF listings in January


BATS Global Markets (BATS) welcomed 11 additional exchange traded funds to its US market in January, more than any other exchange operator, capturing 85 per cent of all US ETF listings for the month.

This tied the record set in December when the firm also added 11 ETFs. BATS remained the No1 US market operator for ETF trading as well, executing 26.9% of all January volume, after finishing #1 for each month of 2015. BATS primarily lists 67 ETFs from eight issuers in the US and 11 ETFs on BATS Chi-X Europe from three issuers

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