Cinthia Murphy

Cinthia Murphy is managing editor of ETF.com, specializing in all things ETFs. Her experience includes time at Dow Jones and former BridgeNews, covering commodity futures markets in Chicago and Brazil equities in Sao Paulo. Murphy has a bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Missouri-Columbia.

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ETFS Plans Gold ETF With Vault In Singapore

ETFS adds another fold to the gold ETF plot by filing for a fund that will keep its holdings in Singapore.

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Global X Debuts First Lithium ETF

Global X Funds serves up what it calls the first investment vehicle focused on lithium, a material at the center of the growing electric car market.

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ALPS Drafts Active Fixed-Income ETF

ALPS joins with Grail to offer an actively managed global fixed-income ETF with few restrictions on what it might own.

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CBOE Wins SPX, DJX Options Case

The Chicago Board Options Exchange, the largest U.S. options exchange, won a legal battle against New York-based International Securities Exchange (ISE) that ensures the CBOE remains the only exchange in the country to offer options contracts on the S&P 500 (SPX) and the Dow Jones Industrials Average (DJX) indexes.

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NYSE To Be Sole Provider Of MSCI-Tied Futures

The NYSE moves in on the CME, with an exclusive agreement for MSCI to provide the Big Board’s futures unit with indexes.

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AdvisorShares Hatches First Long/Short ETF

AdvisorShares, building on its actively managed exchange-traded fund offerings, rolls out what it called the first U.S. long-short ETF.

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UBS Adds Leveraged ETN To MLP Lineup

UBS doubles its presence in the MLP exchange-traded note world with a leveraged ETN that offers investors twice the returns of its index.

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April US Home Price Gains May Be Illusory

Gains in U.S. home prices may have reflected
U.S.
government support, and with that aid program now expired, home price gains may stall out.

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Russell Forms Partnership With Arnott’s Firm

Russell and Rob Arnott’s Research Affiliates are teaming up to create a new family of fundamental indexes in the latest sign that investors may have an appetite for new ways to get the most out of a benchmark.