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Legg Mason has filed for an actively managed ETF sub-advised by one of its affiliates, ClearBridge Investments.
Aequitas NEO Exchange has announced that Invesco Canada is expanding its presence on the NEO Exchange and has applied to list two new PowerShares ETFs.
Redwood Asset Management is now set to offer four new actively managed exchange traded funds (ETFs) exclusively on the Neo Exchange.
It looks like 2016 was a record year for flow in the exchange traded fund sector, according to a recent report from money manager State Street Global Advisors.
Global investors poured $375 billion into exchange-traded funds in 2016, investment manager BlackRock said on Tuesday, a global record that came as investors looked to cut costs.
State Street Global Advisors, in its 2017 ETF and Investment Outlook, shared with Traders Magazine that it expects modest economic growth in 2017 as monetary policy gives way to fiscal policy and infrastructure spending in the US and potentially elsewhere. See what else the money manager has to say about ETFs and the economy in general, right here.
In this contributed article, Convergex's Doug Nelson talks about how managers of fundamentally oriented hedge funds can learn a lot from the U.S. listed exchange traded fund (ETF) industry: not about investing, but rather marketing.
Brown Brothers Harriman shared with Traders Magazine the responses to its 2016 US ETF Investor Survey from 175 financial advisors and institutional investors across the country. This years survey indicated that investors are finding new ways to use ETFs, which is a result of a maturing industry.
US equity ETFs saw record-breaking monthly inflows in November, as the S&P 500 and Russell 2000 indices finished the month up 3.4% and 11% respectively, according to the latest US ETF Flash Flows report from State Street Global Advisors.
In its search for alpha and decrease exposure to single-stock risk, the buy side is increasingly turning to exchange-traded funds.
As the exchange traded fund universe continues to expand, the Securities and Exchange Commission is preparing for a meticulous review of the industry in response to concerns that the increased interest in ETFs may have exacerbated market volatility.
As demand for exchange-traded funds continues to heat up, a debate continue over whether market participants can use ETF pricing as a useful price-discovery tool for the instrument's less-liquid components.
Brown Brothers Harriman has discovered in a survey that European investors see product innovation as a core aspect of the industrys evolution and that demand for non-traditional ETF products will increase.
Exchange-traded products (ETPs) based on the CBOE Volatility Index (VIX) have become increasingly popular in 2016 as traders look for opportunities to profit off the tumultuous market.
Nasdaq Inc Wednesday said it plans to increase the amount it pays to trading firms that support exchange-traded funds in an effort to make thinly traded ETFs easier to buy and sell.