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 Archipelago—Keeping an Eye on Price

Electronic Communications Networks, or ECNs, such as Island evolved as a result of the Order Handling Rules implemented by the SEC in January 1997.

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 Steady-on, The LSE Hits New Highs

As exchange-traded funds based on the national indices in Europe continue to garner high volumes and assets indicative of retail and institutional interest, so too does the iFTSE 100.

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 The Quiet ETF Precursor

OPALS, or Optimized Portfolios As Listed Securities, are the shy brethren in today’s brazen and ballooning ETF industry.

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 EXCHANGE-TRADED FUNDS Week ending November 16 2001

Our monthly databank breaks down ETF returns for every market segment.

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 ETFolios: Guardian configures ETF portfolios

While exchange-traded funds haven’t crossed the radar of many professional money managers who primarily put together portfolios of mutual funds for retail investors, a firm in Canada is set to change their thinking.

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 All Eyes are on Active ETFs in 2002

Sharpen your pencils. The Securities and Exchange Commission on November 15 issued its long-anticipated concept release for actively managed exchange-traded funds.

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 Fortune makes indexing its business

Fortune Indexes began operations in December 1999 under the company’s general umbrella of “new business ventures.”

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 Spiders Land in Europe

The Standard & Poor’s Depositary Receipts (ticker: SPY), launched in 1993 and based on the S&P 500, is the oldest, the largest and one of the best known ETFs in the world.