The insurance and asset management giant rolled out six ETFs today, while iShares is innovating again in the bond space.
Most fixed-income ETFs have rallied so far this year, flying in the face of analysts' expectations.
iShares just launched a currency-hedged version of its international high-yield bond fund, and it couldn’t come at a better time.
iShares rolls out a currency-hedged version of its global ex-USD high-yield bond ETF.
iShares files for high-yield international bond ETF that hedges away currency risk.
Is the time—and interest—coming or going for non-U.S. fixed-income ETFs?
In an increasingly crowded ETF market, the lack of U.S-listed Europe-focused debt strategies is astonishing.
Eurozone bonds continue to look attractive compared to U.S. Treasurys, based on two central banks now headed in the opposite direction with their respective easing programs, says RiverFront’s Jones.
U.S. convertible bonds fueled top-performing returns for one fund.