Hot Reads: SEC Commissioner On Bitcoin ETF

July 07, 2021

Compiled by ETF.com Staff

 

SEC Commissioner: Bitcoin ETF Should Have Been Approved (CNBC)
“With each passing day, the rationale we have used in the past for not approving seems to grow weaker,” said Hester Peirce.

 

ESG Outperformance Ending? (Financial Times)
Higher prices, as a result of growing popularity, don’t necessarily equal higher profitability, suggests a recent study.

 

Will Cathie Wood's Bitcoin ETF Spark New Cryptocurrency Boom? (The Motley Fool)
The ARK Invest founder's name recognition could be the difference-maker.

 

Oil, Gas ETFs Get Decade-High Inflows (Seeking Alpha)
Fears of tight oil supplies and global demand to travel are buoying inflows.

 

Record S&P 500 Masks Fear Trade Gripping Market (Advisor Perspectives)
Investors are taking risk off the table as the fast-spreading delta variant of the coronavirus causes fresh outbreaks in many parts of the world.

 

Bonds Dip As Traders Await Fed Minutes (CNBC)
The Fed will release minutes from last month’s rate-setting meeting at noon ET today.

 

Is The Rise In Treasury Yields Fading? (The Capital Spectator)
The 10-year Treasury yield fell sharply yesterday, dropping to 1.37%—the lowest since late February.

 

What Is ESG? Depends On Who You Ask (Two Sigma)
How to think about nonstandardized definitions in the hot fund segment.

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