Hot Reads: Summer’s Rally Was Illusory

Plus, why BlackRock thinks the SEC’s ESG disclosure plans are a bad idea.

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Stock Market's Summer Fling Wasn't the Real Thing (Advisor Perspectives)
The dog days of summer turned out to be much more eventful than many expected.

 

BlackRock Warns SEC's Plans on ESG Disclosures Will Backfire (FA Mag)
The asset manager says new rules to fight greenwashing by fund managers could sow more confusion.

 

Why Markets Care So Much About the Fed's Jackson Hole Meeting (Yahoo Finance)
The event has become globally significant, with central bank governors and heads traveling from as far as Japan.

 

ETFs Focused on Growth Stocks Tumble in Monday's Stock Market Sell-Off (MarketWatch)
The Technology Select Sector SPDR Fund (XLK) was down 2.8% in late afternoon trading Monday.

 

Active ETFs Shine Even as Mutual Funds Take a Battering (Financial Times)
Strong inflows help assets rise even as active mutual fund holdings plunge 20%.

 

Monitoring Investment Trends With ETF Pairs (The Capital Spectator)
Looking at trends in global stocks, Treasuries and the U.S. market.

 

What China's Slowdown Means for Commodities (Institutional Investor)
The country's growth rate has slowed dramatically, creating a large impact on global commodity prices.

 

Summers: Fed Should Deliver Stark Message on Economic Pain (Financial Advisor)
The former Treasury Secretary wants the agency to impose "restrictive" monetary policy that drives up unemployment to quell inflation.

 

American CHIPS Off the Chinese Block (Jackson Hole Economics)
Is the U.S. setting up the industry for chronic underperformance?

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