Hot Reads: Outcome Unclear If Grayscale Wins ETF Suit

Plus, UBS’ ETFs are taking a hit after the issuer acquired Credit Suisse.

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Edited by: Ron Day

Legislation or Lawsuits? The Spot Bitcoin ETF Debate Forges Ahead (CNBC) 
Grayscale might win its suit against the SEC, but what would follow isn’t exactly clear. 

Wood’s Popular Touch Deserts Her in ARK Flows, Venture Fund (Bloomberg) 
Most ARK funds are beating the market, but flows have stalled. 

UBS ETFs Hemorrhage Assets After Credit Suisse Deal (Financial Times) 
The bank’s ETFs suffered 2 billion euro in outflows in March, more than any other issuer in Europe. 

As 420 Day Arrives, Weed Stocks Have Been Anything but High (Barron’s) 
Two major marijuana ETFs are down over the past two years.  

Is the Worst Now Over for America’s Banks? (The Economist) 
To assess the damage, the author looks at three financial institutions. 

How Sovereigns Have Changed the Green Bond Market (MSCI) 
Sovereign green bonds now constitute over 20% of the Bloomberg MSCI Green Bond Index. 

Retirees Turn to Dividend ETFs for Income (The Wall Street Journal) 
Financial advisors say investors shouldn’t just go for the fund with the highest dividend yield. 

Heather Bell is a former managing editor of etf.com. She has also held editorial positions at Dow Jones Indexes and Lehman Brothers. Bell is a graduate of Dartmouth college and resides in the Denver area with her two dogs.