Coming & Going: December 2012

Published on by on December 3, 2012

November was a slow month for ETF growth, starting with the delayed releases of both Pryxis and RBS funds due to Hurricane Sandy wrecking havoc on the entire Eastern shoreline. These funds did eventually make their way to market, but as the end of the month and Thanksgiving approached, developments in U.S. markets remained slow seeing as only one other issuer was active. 

Below, we outline all of the new ETF launches from the past month to give investors a better idea of which one might be right for them and their objectives:

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