Maryland firm Georgetown files to jump into ETF world.
The financial reform bill signed by President Obama is the first step in a long process that is only now getting under way.
ETF industry bigwigs are just as concerned as traders about proposed circuit breaker rules, though some say delaying rules has its own risks.
Direxion pushes its inverse and leveraged ETF franchise into new directions with plans for triple-exposure commodities and currency funds.
With the ink barely dry on its filing to offer active ETFs, Dreyfus submits new paperwork to the SEC to offer passive, fundamentally indexed, ETFs as well.
New circuit breaker rules for ETFs could be days away and, judging by comments on the SEC’s Web site, it’s a time of high anxiety for traders.
Direxion rolls out four new double-exposure funds, confident that regulatory deliberations surrounding derivatives use won’t change the way the funds achieve their objectives.
XShares, the company famous for slicing and dicing ETFs to a point many considered absurd, was sold to a unit of Deutsche Bank, ending a tale of unrealized dreams.
The SEC’s efforts to protect markets from another 'flash crash' expanded with a plan to include some of the most widely traded ETFs among the securities included in its new trading circuit-breaker program.