BlackRock, the parent company of iShares and the world’s largest money manager, filed for a new international sovereign debt fixed-income exchange-traded fund that includes debt from the U.S. that’s designed to protect investors from inflation.
Barclays debuts another volatility-linked ETN in a crowding corner of the exchange-traded product world.
Nearly all traditional mutual funds have been charging their investors 12b-1 fees since 1980, when the Securities and Exchange Commission adopted the rule pursuant to the Investment Company Act of 1940. Could exchange-traded funds, which have for the most part avoided the occasionally controversial fees, be the next asset class to adopt the practice?
Van Eck goes head-to-head with Emerging Global Advisors with its new small-cap
Reno, Nev.-based upstart One Fund casts a wider net to include foreign securities in its ETFs.
iPath jumps into the high-stakes domain of Treasurys, the yield curve and interest-rate risk.
What caused the ‘flash crash?’ Market structure, stupid.
iShares plans jump into world of long-short ETFs.
PowerShares junk-bond fund switches to RAFI index. Is it the future?