A busy week for ETF launches saw expansion in the short and leveraged offerings from GraniteShares, with 23 new ETPs, and Europe’s Equiduct retail exchange adding a further 314 ETPs to its offering, including products from the crypto and short and leveraged world.
21Shares expanded again, this time opening in the Middle East, listing a bitcoin ETP on the Nasdaq Dubai exchange, while Valour has partnered with Swedish index provider Vinter to launch its first multi-asset crypto ETP.
Distillate Capital brought us a small to mid-cap cash flow ETF, while VanEck also focused on the small to mid-cap, with the launch of the VanEck Morningstar SMID Moat ETF (CBOE: SMOT).
ESG was represented by Amundi, which launched a suite of global ESG Sector ETFs, and Tabula, who extended its Asia ex-Japan High Yield Corporate USD Bond ESG UCITS ETF by adding a Swedish krona share class, reflecting the increase in demand from Sweden, the firm says. In addition, Goldman Sachs launched a Paris-Aligned Climate World Equity UCITS ETF.