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Bill Gross’s Pimco Total Return ETF is being investigated by the SEC over whether it artificially inflated asset prices to boost returns, according to the Wall Street Journal.
The filings come as some of Wall Street's biggest banks have begun wading into the exchange-traded funds market.
Index fund managers are finding it hard to secure the bonds they need at the prices they want.
Each of these three major news events now unfolding has an ETF that hits their sweet spot.
Returns on water-focused funds have been solid, if unspectacular, but they cover a distinctive and vital niche.
Seven new providers and a total of 65 new ETFs join Schwab’s commission-free program.
One of Europe’s largest ETF providers is set to launch its first U.S. ETF, and has plans for more down the road.
With the U.S. dollar expected to keep strengthening, currency-hedging ETFs can help U.S. investors mitigate risks in overseas investing.
The regulator spotlighted a host of risks associated with investing in less-developed markets.
The ETF strategist company said U.S. regulators were considering a civil action against the firm over performance claims made in advertising materials.
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