ETF.com Staff

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Dividend ETFs Cross The Pond

In a sign of the growing popularity of dividend investing, Indexchange will launch a U.S. dividend ETF in Europe.

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Comings and Going In The ETF Industry

The low-down on two important personnel moves in the industry.

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Last Week to Send in Nominations and Submissions

Nominations and submissions are now being accepted for William F. Sharpe Indexing Achievement Awards to be held at the Super Bowl of Indexing this year.

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Oil ETF Debuts In Mexico; World Energy Options in U.S.

Oil Securities brings its crude oil ETF to the Mexican Bolsa, while the Philadelphia Stock Exchange launches world energy options at home.

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FTSE 4 Vanguard

FTSE lands the first U.S. contract for its socially-responsible index series, as Vanguard switches the benchmark on its $388 million Social Index Fund from Calvert to the FTSE4Good US Select Index.

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Barclays Ousts Skirton

Despite strong growth and the unprecedented success of the iShares unit, Barclays boots co-CEO Andrew Skirton from his post at BGI.

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Industrials Out, NYSE Composite In For Trading Collars … But Not For Circuit Breakers

The NYSE switches the benchmark for the market-dampening “trading collars,” focusing attention on the Composite Index; the more serious “circuit breakers” still tied to the DJIA.

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Bye-Bye Barra Style

Standard and Poor’s officially launches its “next generation” style indexes; BGI to convert its funds to the basic “Style” benchmark.

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MSCI’s Footprint Grows

The iShares MSCI EAFE ETF becomes the second largest ETF in the world, surpassing the QQQQs; meanwhile, MSCI targets Japan.