Hot Reads: More Mutual Fund Conversions Likely

Plus, CME denies a report of a $16 billion offer to buy Cboe.

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NYSE ETP Head: More Mutual Fund Conversions Coming (Traders Magazine)
The exchange is having “a significant number” of conversations with asset managers.

 

CME Denies Reported $16B Offer To Buy Cboe (Chicago Tribune)
The initial report from the Financial Times sent Cboe shares into a volatility halt yesterday.

 

Stockpickers Find Niche In Active Thematic ETFs (Financial Times)
A quarter of thematic ETF launches this year are actively managed.

 

Fed Preparing Bond-Buying Taper This Year (CNBC)
The central bank’s plans to reduce its pandemic-era program sent markets into the red.

 

Shades Of Green In The Bond Market (Morningstar)
Assessing the myriad ways bond ETFs incorporate ESG factors.

 

How Investors Can Identify ‘Policy Black Swans’ (Institutional Investor)
Aligning ESG principles with local governmental policies may lead to better results for global investors.

 

Benchmarking Has Become Circular (CFA Institute)
Benchmarking a company against its peers tends to be the quickest path to mediocrity.

 

What To Make Of The Recovery? (Advisor Perspectives)
If there’s one word capturing how Americans feel about the economy as the second pandemic summer closes, it might be “meh.”

 

Valuation Of The Major Investing Factors (Validea)
What the valuation of momentum, quality, low volatility and value look like today.

 

Bond Allocation Size Doesn’t Tell How Risky The Portfolio Is (Institutional Investor)
Making the case for an objectives-based approach focusing on specific risks like equity beta and interest rates.

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