ETF Watch April 21, 2014
AdvisorShares files for an actively managed floating-rate bond ETF.
ETF Watch April 15, 2014
WisdomTree rolls out five currency-hedged sector ETFs targeting the Japan market.
ETF Watch April 08, 2014
WisdomTree looks to launch a dividend growth ETF targeting Japan's market.
ETF Watch April 01, 2014
ALPS rolled out its third 'Dividend Dogs' ETF; this one focuses on the EM space.
ETF Watch March 24, 2014
AccuShares files for 'Up' and 'Down' spot-price commodities, futures ETFs.
ETF Watch March 17, 2014
New SPDR is an international version of blockbuster high-yield bond ETF.
ETF Watch March 11, 2014
KraneShares teams up with Bosera to launch MSCI A-Shares ETF.
ETF Watch March 04, 2014
ALPS, iShares, PowerShares and SSgA launched new ETFs last week.
ETF Watch February 24, 2014
PowerShares closes four funds, changes indexes on 10 others.
ETF Watch February 18, 2014
AdvisorShares rolls out ETFs guided by Gartman's ideas on gold investment.
ETF Watch February 05, 2014
iShares and WisdomTree rolled out floating-rate Treasury ETFs.
ETF Watch January 28, 2014
The shortened trading week saw 13 ETFs launch on the NYSE.
ETF Watch January 21, 2014
Van Eck's SHYD covers short-term, high-yield municipal debt.
ETF Watch January 14, 2014
Emerging Global Advisors rolled out three ETFs targeting EM debt.
ETF Watch January 06, 2014
PowerShares files for an ETF that could face off with a DB ETF it markets.
ETF Watch December 27, 2013
DB, Market Vectors file for ETFs covering slices of the China A-shares market.
ETF Watch December 23, 2013
New iShares fund is actively managed, focuses on "liquidity income."
ETF Watch December 17, 2013
New iShares fund is actively managed, focuses on "Liquidity Income."
ETF Watch December 10, 2013
New EM ETF excludes Brazil, Russia, India and China.
ETF Watch December 03, 2013
Actively managed ETF has new name, ticker and objective.
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UAE and Qatar leaving iShares frontier ETF ‘FM’ poses problems, but will make the fund better.
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