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Flow Traders reveals FX rates impact on July ETP volumes


Flow Traders has published July 2017 ETP Markets volumes revealing that over that month the global ETP assets under management declined marginally to EUR3,590 billion versus EUR3,604 billion in June 2017.

The firm writes that the changes in FX rates had a clear impact on the growth in Euro terms, as assets continued to grow in US dollars to USD4,234 billion in July from USD4,110 billion in June (+3 per cent month-on-month).

The average VIX for the month of July decreased further to 10.37 (versus 10.51 in June), with a low of 8.84 (versus 9.75 as a low in June) and a high of 13.05 (versus 11.46 in June).

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