The NYSE Euronext (NYX) today put out word that its U.S. and overseas exchanges had a very active year in 2010 launching new ETFs.
In the U.S., NYSE Arca listed 144 ETFs and 43 sister exchange-traded notes. That brought the total number of ETFs on NYSE Arca to 837 and 132 ETNs. Total ETF and related assets listed on the NYSE Arca was $980 billion, up 27% over 2009.
The Nasdaq OMX Group (NDAQ) no doubt also had a big year in terms of ETFs. But the NYSE is likely to remain the biggest exchange handling ETFs heading into a new year.
New issuers of exchange-traded products last year on the NYSE included: Pax World, RBS, Sprott Asset Management, Teucrium, U.S. One and Velocity Shares.
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