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State Street loses biggest ETF titleBY KANIKA SOOD | WEDNESDAY, 14 AUG 2019 11:33AM
State Street has surrendered its title as the issuer of Australia's largest ETF, as investors withdrew more than $130 million net from its exchange traded products in July.
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