The number of ETFs has increased by around 26% year to date in European markets, according to the exchange group NYSE Euronext.
At the end of September, the exchange group's European markets had registered 90 ETF listings and six de-listings in 2009.
The exchange's monthly report shows daily average turnover increased by 29.3% to €340m in September, while the daily average number of trades increased by 7.9% compared to August this year.
In terms of turnover by sector, equities accounted for the largest portion at 54%, followed by strategy and government bonds funds at 27% and 6% respectively.
The report shows Lyxor Asset management had the largest turnover for an issuer in September at 74%, followed by iShares and Crédit Agricole Structured Asset Management at 17% and 3% respectively.
In terms of issuer turnover on the London Stock Exchange (LSE), the most traded ETF in September by trades was the iShares FTSE 100 representing 17%, followed by ETF Securities Natural Gas at 11.4%.
Similarly, these two funds represent the top two ETFs by turnover on the LSE, at 12.9% and 5.4% respectively.
The iShares FTSE 100 also topped the most traded ETF in the year by turnover and trades on the LSE, at 17.3% and 21.8% respectively.
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