Asian investors warm to commodity ETFs

Although there's a scarcity of commodity ETFs in Asia, two offerings in Hong Kong have seen their AUMs rise 43% and 80% this year. Joseph Ho, head of ETF sales and marketing in Asia for Lyxor, explains the surge in interest.

  • 16 Nov 2009
Asian investors are increasingly interested in buying into commodity exchange traded funds (ETFs) to capitalise on the surge in prices, but educating them remains an uphill struggle, notes asset manager Lyxor.Commodity ETFs remain a rare offering in Asia, with just a handful having set up across the region, ...

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