ETF appetite in China rises 84%

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Passive products such as Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) in China have posted a record performance in 2018 and the first quarter of 2019, according to financial research specialists Cerulli Associates. During these 18 months, ETFs—excluding money market ETFs—saw their assets surge by 84.1% to hit RMB412.6bn ($61.5bn). Index funds, including index-listed open-end funds (LOFs), grew at a similar rate of 83.4% to RMB220bn. ETFs, which account for around 65% of passive assets, also attracted r...

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