Hot Reads: SEC Seeks To Regulate Crypto Exchanges

Plus, Netflix's nosedive in after-hours trading sets up a rough day for tech.

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Gensler Seeks To Bring Crypto Exchanges Under SEC Remit (Coindesk)

This may be a blessing in disguise for those seeking to launch spot crypto ETFs, as the SEC has consistently blamed lack of regulation in denying bitcoin filngs.

 

Netflix Falls 20% On Slowing Subscriber Growth (CNBC)

The Nasdaq-100 is about to fall further into correction territory.

 

‘GBTC’ Sinks Near 30% Discount In Crypto Rout (Yahoo Finance)

The biggest spot bitcoin investment vehicle (and a candidate to convert into an ETF) is struggling to stay in line with its NAV.

 

Singapore’s Largest ETFs Excluded From China Connect Scheme (Financial Times)

Fixed income and REIT products are being cut from the link between the Singapore Exchange and the Shenzhen Stock Exchange.

 

Fidelity Readies 1st Retail Direct Indexing Product (Think Advisor)

The product will initially offer three customizable strategies: U.S. large cap, international and environmental.

 

Why ESG Strategies Outperformed In 2021 (Morningstar)

The most sustainable names helped ESG outpace the market, even without a lift from energy stocks.

 

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