From HiFi to WiFI to Single’s Day

This week’s ETF Express newsletter opens with an interview with Nasdaq’s Steve Oh, head of ETF Listings and Business Development at the exchange. Nasdaq was the first electronic trading exchange and still prides itself on its technology. We also have the launch of REX Shares’ latest Microsectors ETN, focusing on FANG+, and GraniteShares reports on the launch in the UK of its single stock short and leveraged ETPs, all in time for active traders hoping to sail profitably through the UK’s December election.

Finally, we had EMQQ’s Kevin Carter’s notes just prior to the world’s biggest shopping day – Single’s Day. It happened on Monday this week and saw sales of roughly USD35-36 billion, approximately 20 per cent up on last year.

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Beverly Chandler,
Managing Editor, ETFexpress

Companies in this issue
BNP Paribas
REX Shares


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