The issuer now manages 10% of all ETPs on the London Stock Exchange
Leverage Shares has launched 42 short and leveraged exchange-traded products (ETPs) targeting single countries and for the first time commodity-based ETPs.
All the ETPs are listed on the London Stock Exchange (LSE) and offer -3x and 3x positions with total expense ratios (TER) of 0.75%.
Alongside short and leveraged exposure to gold, silver and oil, the range also includes 12 market-based ETPs comprising of China, South Korea, Taiwan, Japan, US Tech 100, US 500 and Germany 40.
Furthermore, the new ETPs include single-stock additions such as car manufacturers Mercedes Benz and Volkswagen, mega-cap tech firms Alphabet, Apple and Meta as well as Korea’s largest e-commerce company Coupang.
The 42 listings is a single-day record on the LSE and means Leverage Shares ETPs now account for 10% of all ETPs on the exchange.
Raj Sheth (pictured), commercial director at Leverage Shares, said: “As well as increasing the single-stock offer to even more countries, we have extended our suite to offer regional indices as the world has become more macro and volatile.
“With commodities, especially the oil price, increasingly affecting sentiment, inflation and hence asset prices we are pleased to offer access to them this time.”
Last July, Leverage Shares launched 21 short and leveraged ETPs offering leveraged and short exposures on popular companies including Airbnb, Disney, JD.com, Roku and Peloton, as well as a -3x inverse instalment of its Tesla ETPs.