Guggenheim will merge its equal-weighted Russell 1000 ETF into its equal-weighted S&P 500 ETF.
It’s official: Rydex ETFs will have the Guggenheim name from March 1.
Russell Investments added 186 companies to its broad-market Russell 3000 Index as part of its annual reconstitution this year. The index, which reflects about 98 percent of the U.S. equities universe, had a total market value of $16.7 trillion as of May 31, from $13.4 trillion a year earlier, and is the underlying benchmark for many broad-based U.S.-focused ETFs.
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State Street Global Advisors (SSgA) has dropped the streetTRACKS brand name from its family of ETFs, and will consolidate all of its funds under the catchier "SPDRs" moniker.
The rebranding was to begin January 8, and is to be completed in stages throughout the year.
This is the second major rebranding of an ETF fund family in the past year, following Vanguard's decision to give up the unfortunate "VIPERS" moniker and call its ETFs, simply, "Vanguard ETFs."