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Barclays Drops AMEX, Embraces NYSE/Archipelago

In a huge win for the NYSE, Barclays moves 81 iShares listings to the Big Board and its merger partner, Archipelago. Everyone wonders: What’s left at the Amex?

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Indexing Fundamentals

FTSE readies new fundamental indexes for launch, calling them “an exciting new development.” But are they really new? In fact, are they really indexes?

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The Index Commodities Gusher

Just when you thought indexers had run out of ideas for new commodities indexes...

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Oil ETFs Arrive … In London

If you thought GLD was hot, you ain’t seen nothing yet: Get ready for the debut of oil-backed ETFs in London.

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Profiting from Climate Change

An emerging consensus agrees that the world must take steps to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases; KLD’s new index tracks the companies that will profit from the effort.

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Nasdaq and FTSE Launch New Series of Indexes

Nasdaq and FTSE team up to launch four new indexes offering cap-weighted groupings of Nasdaq-listed stocks; ETFs and derivatives to follow soon.

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New semiactive ETF filed

The hegemony held by PowerShares Capital Management, the Wheaton, IL-based firm that nudged the ETF industry one step closer to actively managed with its innovative line of performance seeking Intelledexes (see cover story this issue), may about to be challenged.

Journal Of Indexes

Talking Indexes

Blitzer shines light on the dirty underside of the active
vs. indexing debate: Index funds lag the market, too.

Journal Of Indexes

Bogle’s Corner

Someday soon, the real owners of America’s corporations stock holders will demand performance.