ETF Watch July 29, 2014
First Trust rolls out an international version of its popular "Focus 5" ETF.
ETF Watch July 22, 2014
New ETF tracks gold and silver mining companies.
ETF Watch July 14, 2014
AdvisorShares rolls out an actively managed "go anywhere" ETF (MULT).
ETF Watch July 07, 2014
ETF newcomer Compass EMP rolls out its first ETFs.
ETF Watch June 30, 2014
Wells Fargo files with the SEC, requesting permission to launch actively managed ETFs.
ETF Watch June 23, 2014
Financial industry powerhouse rolls out its first entrant to the ETF market.
ETF Watch June 17, 2014
3 ETNs, 10 ETFs debut in one week.
ETF Watch June 09, 2014
June 5 saw the launch of seven new funds from the top ETF issuers.
ETF Watch June 03, 2014
BlackRock subsidiary launches mix of active and passive funds.
ETF Watch May 27, 2014
Deutsche Bank rolls out fund targeting China's small-cap A-share market.
ETF Watch May 19, 2014
Merk Gold Trust can be redeemed for physical gold.
ETF Watch May 12, 2014
Firm launches new dividend growth ETFs
ETF Watch May 05, 2014
Deutsche Bank rolls out fund covering mainland and offshore China listings.
ETF Watch April 29, 2014
iShares rolls out fund-of-funds bond ETF.
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.
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