Exchange traded product (ETP) turnover fell by 16% in Europe last week, although fixed income ETP volumes jumped 37%.
According to Societe Generale-owned Lyxor ETFs, on-exchange turnover fell 16.3% to €10.3bn for the week ending 18 November.
However, underlying equity market activity (measured by the STOXX Europe 600 Index turnover) declined by a sharper 17% compared to the previous week.
Fixed income turnover, meanwhile, jumped nearly 37% during the week as the asset class saw its market share increase from 7.5% to 12%. Commodities, especially gold, were also slightly higher.
Lyxor ETFs achieved the second highest trading volume on a 20-day basis with a 23.8% market share.
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