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Bond Indexing Update

The bond indexing boondoggle continues to loom large for Ford coupons; a look at how one fund is playing the game.

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The Exchange-Traded Euro

Rydex Investments files for the world’s first currency ETF - an easy way to bet for (or against) the euro.

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Powershares To Launch Eight Sector Funds

The rapidly expanding ETF outfit sets its sights on the sector market. Is it stretching itself too thin?

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For S&P, There’s Style … And Then There’s Real Style

S&P/Barra style indexes are going the way of the dodo; two sets of more complicated indexes will take their place.

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A First in Philly

The Philadelphia Stock Exchange launches the first-ever options contracts on eight global/international iShares ETFs.

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Intriguing New Biotech Index Options

The Philadelphia Exchange’s new biotech index options hit the volatility sweet spot.

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Commodities In Every Portfolio

Days after the CRB gets an overhaul, Standard and Poor’s launches a new twist on its commodities index aimed at attracting long-term individual investors.

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Oil ETF Filed, But Will The SEC Bite?

ETF-newcomer Ameristock hits a potential gusher by filing for the world’s first oil-linked ETF. The question is: Will it pass SEC muster?

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Fleites Out At SSgA

The man behind SSgA’s ETF business is sacked; Greg Ehret and James Ross, two SSgA insiders, take the reins.