Hot Reads: ETF Fee Wars May Be Ending

Hot Reads: ETF Fee Wars May Be Ending

Plus, earnings season kicks off this week.
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ETF Price Wars Over? (Financial Times)
Fees have edged up in Asia, Europe and Canada, and have stopped falling in the U.S.


What To Watch For As 2Q Earnings Season Starts (Axios)
The big banks start releasing results tomorrow, and earnings calls will provide insight on macro trends.


US REIT ETFs Posted 2.5% Gain Last Week (The Capital Spectator)
Meanwhile, commodity ETFs continued their slide.


What Inflation Could Mean For ETFs (Fortune)
BlackRock’s take on how to protect against inflation.


High Volatility Vs Low Volatility ETFs (CFA Institute)
Low-vol funds lagged far behind in the last decade.


Climate Change Could Force Global Mass Migration (Institutional Investor)
What that means for long-term investment trends.


Oil Slips On Delta’s Spread, OPEC+ Fears (Yahoo Finance)
The spread of the COVID-19 variant raises questions about demand in the next several months.


Bulls On Parade (A Wealth Of Common Sense)
And much like parades, bull markets can last longer than you think.


ESG Expected Returns Story Not What You Think (FA Magazine)
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