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Global ETF launches for 6h to 13th October

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.

Goldman Sachs Asset Management launches Paris-Aligned Climate World Equity UCITS ETF

Victory Capital expands VictoryShares ETF offering

GraniteShares expands range with 23 new ETPs

Amundi launches global ESG ETF suite

Valour partners with Swedish index provider Vinter to launch its first multi-asset crypto ETP

21Shares launches bitcoin ETP in the Middle East

Equiduct expands range of ETPs on Apex

Tabula launches SEK-hedged Asia ex-Japan ESG ETF

VanEck expands moat investing suite with launch of ETF targeting small and mid-cap Moat stocks

NightShares launches the NightShares 500 1x/1.5x ETF (NSPL)  

Distillate Capital launches DSMC: The Distillate Small/Mid Cash Flow ETF

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