A broad increase in short interest looks like investors protecting profits.
RBS tiptoes into U.S. ETN market with a splashy product featuring two types of returns.
MSCI unveils lineup of value variations on some of its indexes.
By most accounts, the world’s so-called emerging economies are on track to outperform the developed world for at least the next 30 years. In a white paper published in October, Pyramis Global Advisors projected that real growth in emerging markets countries could reach 9 to 13 percent, compared with 5 to 7 percent among developed countries between now and 2040. But for ETF investors, the question is: How to best tap into this growth?
Global X’s new Norway fund is an ETF industry first.
J.P. Morgan plans to serve up the world’s first physical copper ETF in a sign of just how hot the materials sector has become.
You don’t have to be a “gold bug” or an avid follower of Glenn Beck to know that the price of gold can be a handy means of taking the market’s emotional temperature.
BlackRock, Inc., the world’s largest money manager, reported a 74 percent jump in third-quarter net income this week, a reflection of just how lucrative the iShares exchange-traded fund business it acquired last year is.