Leverage Shares lists 42 ETPs in one day

Largest single stock ETP provider

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Leverage Shares’ ETPs now comprise 10% of all ETPs listed on the LSE
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Leverage Shares’ ETPs now comprise 10% of all ETPs listed on the LSE

Leverage Shares has listed an additional 42 new exchange traded products (ETPs) on the London Stock Exchange (LSE), to become the largest single stock ETP provider on the exchange.

As a result of the listings, Leverage Shares' ETPs now comprise 10% of all ETPs listed on the LSE. The 42 ETPs, the most listed in a single day in the LSE's history, include commodity-based ETPs in gold, silver and oil, the first such ETPs for Leverage Shares. They also comprise 12 regional ETPs, including South Korea, China, Taiwan, Japan and US Tech 100, among others. Additionally, there are also single stock ETPs in car manufacturers Mercedes Benz and Volkswagen, and in tech giants such as Apple, Alphabet and Facebook. Leverage Shares is also offering a single stock ETP in Co...

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