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Bats adds 34 new ETFs in Q4

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Bats welcomed a record 34 new exchange traded fund listings to the Bats ETF Marketplace during the fourth quarter of 2016.

Bats remained the number one US market operator for ETF trading throughout the year.
 
It welcomed 85 new listings to its US market, an increase of 145 per cent over 2015.
 
Bats also captured 30 per cent of all new ETF listings, up from 9 per cent in 2015.
 
Bats now has 149 ETFs listed on its market from 24 issuers.

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