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Capital Group Cos., owners of the $1.17 trillion American Funds family, has joined money managers including BlackRock Inc. in seeking regulatory approval for a new type of exchange-traded fund.
An emerging markets fund proves that investors sometimes don't want to upgrade to the latest and greatest.
Despite China’s recent negative headlines, the combination of low valuations and long-term growth prospects make it a compelling investment opportunity.
Investors are betting demand gains will tighten supply, just as Citigroup Inc. and Macquarie Group Ltd. predict this year’s rallies will end.
All too often, investors head in the wrong direction en masse. They buy stocks at the top of the market or bonds when interest rates are heading up.
Betting on the banks that have a hand in arranging or advising the mergers, or on certain ETFs, might be the ticket.
Investors now have a way to put money behind the idea that female leadership helps companies excel.
Backed by three decades of experience from its sub-advisor, the fund seeks its place as a core liquid alternative holding.
U.S.-listed ETF assets reached nearly $1.9 trillion in this year’s first half.
Many ETF providers are using nontraditional criteria to build portfolios.
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