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Sector Indexes Coming For China

Dow Jones prepares to roll out sector indexes on its blue-chip China index.

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CBOT Goes For Profit, Mulls Eventual IPO

The Chicago Board of Trade joins the wave of financial exchanges rushing towards for-profit status. NYBOT too?

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Make Room For the Mega-Caps

Russell launches a new index capturing the biggest of the big, and sets the date for its annual rebalancing.

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Indexchange Changes Everything; Takes Lead In Euro-Dividend Market

Major European ETF provider forces the issue on fees, styles and dividends.

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Farewell, Fortune 500 Index; Hello, Wilshire 5000

As Fortune buries the daily version of its erstwhile Fortune 500 Index, SSgA makes the call to switch to the DJ Wilshire 5000, stepping into the ETF space recently vacated by Vanguard.

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Major Market Reform Adopted Amidst Rancor Forces Best Price

In the biggest market regulation change in years, the SEC has adopted reg NMS amist fury in many quarters and threats from lawmakers to legislate the regulation out of existance. Who wins? You?

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New Chairman Tapped at NYSE

Former State Street CEO Marshall Carter selected to replace interim chairman John Thain, given a raise, as seat prices up 67 percent since Big Board said it would consider a move to for-profit.

Features and News

Major Market Reform Adopted Amidst Rancor Forces Best Price

In the biggest market regulation change in years, the SEC has adopted reg NMS amist fury in many quarters and threats from lawmakers to legislate the regulation out of existance. Who wins? You?

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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.