NSX Releases November ETF/ETN Data Report
Friday, December 5, 2008
National Stock Exchange, Inc. (NSX®) today announced that U.S. listed Exchange-Traded Fund (ETF) and Exchange-Traded Note (ETN) assets totaled $487.6 billion at the end of November 2008, a decrease of 16.8% from November 2007 month-end assets of $585.8 billion. Net cash inflows for the month of November 2008 were $26.4 billion, bringing the total net cash flow for calendar year 2008 to $136.8 billion.
ETF/ETN notional trading volume during November 2008 totaled $2.2 trillion, representing a record 43% of all U.S. equity trading volume. At the end of November 2008, the number of listed products totaled 843, compared with 650 listed products one year ago.
This data is included in NSX's November 2008 Month-End ETF/ETN Data Report released today. NSX began publishing Data Reports with the release of the June 2007 Report and has become a key industry source for ETF/ETN data. These Data Reports are published following the end of each calendar month. Furthermore, NSX has expanded this data report to show additional information regarding net inflows, outflows and Assets Under Management (AUM).
The NSX monthly statistics include shares of open-end exchange-traded products, encompassing listed shares of investment companies, grantor trusts, ETNs and commodity pools.
NSX's full report provides ETF data on Assets Under Management, Net Cash Flow and Notional Volume, broken out by Issuer, by Category, and the Top 10 ETFs by Size. To view this report go to: http://www.nsx.com/content/market-data.
In addition, NSX publishes a product-by-product breakdown of the 843 products on which the data is based. The complete list can be accessed at: http://www.nsx.com/content/etf-product-list.
NSX is the cost-effective provider of exchange services, committed to aligning its interests with those of its customers. Acknowledged for its proven high-performance, low-latency technology, NSX is also a recognized resource for Exchange-Traded Fund (ETF) data. For more information on NSX, visit www.nsx.com.