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Credit Suisse to redeem volatility note

February 6, 2018

Credit Suisse Group is buying back one of its exchange-traded notes after volatility soared, triggering losses for the holders who had bet on muted market swings. The notes mirror the inverse performance of the Cboe volatility index, which on...

ETFs tied to volatility index suffer

February 6, 2018

The fallout from the implosion of a vast array of arcane bets against stock-market volatility mounted quickly Tuesday as Credit Suisse Group moved to liquidate one investment product and more than a dozen others were halted after their values...

TD Ameritrade launches all-night trading for ETFs

January 22, 2018

Stock traders who want to pull all-nighters can now do so through TD Ameritrade Holding Corp. The second-biggest discount broker now lets customers buy and sell 12 U.S. exchange-traded funds 24 hours a day on weekdays. Clients in Asia will be...

Take Five: Matt Hougan, Inside ETFs CEO predicts another record year for inflows

January 9, 2018

Matt Hougan is CEO of Inside ETFs, a division of Informa PLC, and one of the driving forces behind some of the world's largest ETF conferences and webinars. InvestmentNews senior columnist John Waggoner spoke with Mr. Hougan on the growth in...

ETF assets boom in 2017

January 3, 2018

Investors aren't the only ones happy about 2017 returns. ETF sponsors are doing a happy dance, too. Net ETF issuance jumped to an estimated $473.2 billion last year, up 67% from $282.2 billion in 2016, according to the Investment Company Institute,...

Merrill Lynch fined $45.5 million for failing to report trades

October 23, 2017

Bank of America Corp.'s Merrill Lynch was fined 34.5 million pounds ($45.5 million) for failing to report two years' worth of exchange-traded derivatives transactions, making the bank the first in the U.K. to pay a penalty on that type of trades...

DOL fiduciary rule, along with two other regs, could be a boon for ETFs

October 12, 2017

Three rules will make exchange-traded funds more accessible to new types of investors. In the U.S., the fiduciary duty and new insurance guidelines will enable retirement savers and insurers to raise their exposure to ETFs. In Europe, the Markets...

10 top performing mutual funds and ETFs for the 3rd quarter of 2017

October 2, 2017

The bull market charged ahead in the third quarter, tacking on a 4.48% gain to the Standard & Poor’s 500 stock index. Year-to-date gain: 14.2%. Some funds trampled the S&P 500 in this period. Here are 10 top-performing funds and ETFs for the...

Morningstar ETF conference: Momentum, Bitcoin and Selena Gomez

September 8, 2017

Richard Thaler is the Nobel prize-winning Charles R. Walgreen distinguished service professor of behavioral sciences and economics at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. He's also a principal with Fuller & Thaler Asset Management,...

In the ETF world, spoils still go to the biggest and cheapest

September 6, 2017

The ETF industry has grown largely due to passively managed, low-cost investments. Over time, these funds have an indisputable edge over their actively managed rivals. "Actively managed funds have underperformed versus passively managed funds,...

Dalia Blass could tackle fiduciary standard as first order of business at SEC

September 6, 2017

Dalia Blass' first order of business as head of the Securities and Exchange Commission's Division of Investment Management could be to shape the agency's position on a fiduciary standard. "I'm going to be surprised if that's not the first order...

Investors pour money into bonds, international in July

August 10, 2017

If you're an adviser, you're probably wondering: Who is pouring all that money into bond funds? It's not an easy question to answer, but at least part of the answer can be found in the mirror. Most mutual fund inflows come via the institutional...

Fiduciary rule will top agenda for new head of SEC's Division of Investment Management

August 3, 2017

Leadership of the Securities and Exchange Commission's division that writes rules governing investment advisers is changing hands, as the agency renews its effort to raise advice standards. The SEC announced on Thursday that the director of...

Contrarian alert: ETF investors crowd into tech, flee consumer defensive sector

June 9, 2017

If you're a contrarian, and believe that it's best to buy what other investors hate, then it's time to load up on consumer defensive ETFs and ditch your technology holdings, according to estimated asset flows for May. Just be sure to read the...

Online security ETFs surge in face of cyberattacks

May 15, 2017

Call it the flight to cyber-safety. After a wave of global online attacks over the weekend, companies such as FireEye Inc. that provide software security services gained Monday on speculation the exposed weaknesses may trigger a surge in security...

More ETFs getting put on deathwatch

May 3, 2017

According to the Morningstar database, 471 exchange-traded funds have been shuffled off to the dustbin of history in the past five years. How do you know if an ETF is headed towards the Choir Invisible? And how much does it matter? The growth...

Trump agenda spawns new ETFs that align with his policies

May 1, 2017

The first hundred days of Donald Trump's presidency have seen a slew of new exchange-traded funds that seek to capitalize on the administration's policies and platforms. A few have proven to be decent bets. Thematic ETFs have proliferated as...

Is it time to go international?

April 29, 2017

The question for advisers now: When will the hurting stop? More importantly, if international investing is worthwhile, what do you need to tell clients? No less a personality than John Bogle, founder of The Vanguard Group, has expressed skepticism...

Smart-beta ETFs shine

April 29, 2017

Smart-beta ETFs​ have been the fund industry's latest passion. That's not usually a good thing: A rush of new funds in a particular area is usually a prelude to a long period of buyer's remorse from investors and mockery from the press. So...

Vanguard fires another salvo in the fee war

April 28, 2017

Vanguard announced another round of fee reductions today as the mutual fund price war rages on. The nation's largest fund company lowered the expense ratio on four share classes of the nation's largest mutual fund, the $550-billion Vanguard...

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