Most fixed-income ETFs have rallied so far this year, flying in the face of analysts' expectations.
Deutsche Bank adds two international bond ETFs to its lineup.
Past outperformance will be difficult to sustain.
Is the time—and interest—coming or going for non-U.S. fixed-income ETFs?
Sterling Wealth Management CIO Mark Eicker discusses how his firm uses the iShares ETF EFA in its portfolio.
Vanguard is gearing up to enter the international bond space, a clear sign that non-U.S. fixed income has come of age.
Market participants always talk about how the “low-hanging fruit” in the ETF industry has already been picked. There are still some untouched areas, however, that can cause investors surveying the industry to scratch their heads, especially in the fixed-income part of the field.