Heard On The Street: January 2011

Published on by on January 3, 2011

December kicked off with a flurry of new product activity before issuers went into their traditional holiday hibernation. Despite a lack of new products hitting the market in the final two weeks of the year, there was no shortage of activity over the last month. The ETF industry continues to evolve, and the stage has been set for a very interesting 2011. From a product pipeline that is about ready to burst to a number of interesting regulatory issues, the last few weeks have brought about some interesting developments.

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