ETF.com Staff

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Investors Drain Money from ETFs; Fund Flows Favor Bonds

ETF assets rose slightly in February as money moved away from U.S. equities and into bonds and international assets.

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Dow Jones to Launch First Target Date Benchmarks

With lifecycle funds all the rage as the social security reform debate plays out, Dow Jones expands on its offerings in the category.

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Russell to Add 39 IPOs to Russell 3000

Stereo equipment manufacturer Dolby Labs and casino-operator Las Vegas Sands (among others) make the leap straight to the Russell 1000.

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Vanguard Expense Ratios Fall

With recent ETF fee reductions, Vanguard ERs are once again coming in lowest across the board. Now 0.07% for the TSM.

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MSCI Launches Hedge Fund Strategy Indexes

As money continues to flood into the hedge fund industry, new MSCI are designed to track specific strategies within the hedge fund universe.

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Alan Brown, Rebuffed for Top Spot, Resigns from SSgA

Former chief investment officer Alan Brown has left SSgA after being passed over for the top spot at the firm.

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Oh Yeah?!

Fidelity shows it is serious, making rock bottom index fund fees permanent, adding fuel to fire in the index fund price war.

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VIPERs on the Global Stage

Vanguard ETFs hit the market with strong track records and miniscule expense ratios as Vanguard asserts low cost dominance.

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Dividend Indexes Arrive in Europe

Dividend indexes move to Europe as Dow Jones/ STOXX hopes to tap into both U.S. success and high European payouts