Monday was a dismal day for U.S. stocks as the government shutdown stretched on with investors fearing the shutdown could carry into the Oct. 17 debt ceiling deadline. A risk-off day was good for volatility ETNs and select commodity ETFs. On the downside, Japan equity, biotech and Asia-Pacific ETFs were among the Monday offenders. Some ETFs also saw noticeable volume increases, including some natural gas and silver plays along with a pair of emerging markets bond funds.
Here is Monday’s list of ETFs with significant and relevant increases in volume courtesy of the ETF execution team at WallachBeth Capital in New York.
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