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QEs and ETPs: How the Central Banks Spurred Buying

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Thu, 4 Oct 2012

So much for a September sell-off. Flows into exchange traded products (ETPs) surged in September to their highest level since December 2008, sending global ETP assets under management to a new high of $1.84 trillion and marking the third-highest inflows ever recorded in a month. What spurred the ru

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