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CBOE and PHLX Launch SPDRs Options - Trading Today

Options on SPDRs have arrived at last - this Monday on the PHLX - amidst a highly pressurized environment in which S&P filed a lawsuit to block unlicensed ISE SPDRs options.

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Spider Options Caught in Legal Web

S&P serves lawsuit on ISE to prevent the launch of unlicensed options on SPDRs. Judge grants injunction against ISE.

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2004: What a Year For Indexing!

In a year that may have fallen flat for many investors, index products shone, in terms overall performance, splashy new launches and soaring asset growth.

Journal Of Indexes

Bogle's Corner

As active management becomes more like indexing, indexing becomes more like active management.

Journal Of Indexes

Professor's Reading Room II

The Professor asks: Can any one index truly measure the performance of the entire equity market?

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Small Caps Outperform Large Caps for 6th Consecutive Year

Russell releases it's year-in-review index summary. Among the highlights are a small cap run that ensured continued dominance, a bit of a tech revival and an oil boom.

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Taking Stock of the Two Dividend ETFs

With DVY having swept up $5 billion in assets uncontested, there's a new kid in town: Powershares. How do DVY and PEY stack up?

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The Philadelphia Story

The Philadelphia Stock Exchange, which has a history of index derivatives innovation, has become a hotbed of index activity in recent months, launching a wide array of new index products.

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Ch Ch Ch Ch Changes

'Tis the season...for rebalancing. S&P, Russell and Nasdaq make significant changes to some of the biggest indexes in the business.