Emerging markets included the worst- and best-performing country funds.
Four new ETFs join the plain-vanilla family.
The Lee Kranefuss-led initiative could be making a tactical decision—or shutting down for good.
iShares and Vanguard announce changes to their ETFs’ fees.
U.S. and developed international equities are still the top places to be, though emerging markets are beginning to show strength, says Dorsey.
Is iShares really saying it’s raising expense ratios on 40 ETFs in 2013? Apparently not.
A few weeks ago, we all looked in awe as the 10-year U.S. Treasury yields sank to a record low. You won’t be as awed once you see what’s going on in Switzerland.
A weakening Brazilian real is killing returns for U.S.-based investors in funds like EWZ.
After 7 months of the Swiss franc’s peg to the euro, investor demand is forcing the peg to reach its limits and challenging the Swiss National Bank to act.