As investor interest in ETFs that promote higher environmental, social, and governance standards fades, more issuers are shutting down these funds.
A new exchange-traded fund is making the case that having women at the top of corporations translates into better returns.
Music-loving investors may soon be able to bet on their favorite melodies as a new entertainment-focused exchange-traded fund edges closer to reality.
Wall Street had widely expected that the Federal Reserve would ease up on its pace of rate hikes to battle inflation on Wednesday.
The $6.5 trillion US ETF industry boomed in 2022 as innovative product debuts and market volatility fueled a near-record number of launches. But the fanfare revealed a major flaw in the space: the lack of women helming the funds.
BMO Investments Inc. is introducing a suite of innovation-focused funds that will be overseen by Cathie Wood’s ARK Investment Management, in a bet that investor appetite for growth-centered products will persist even after this year’s slump.
JPMorgan Asset Management’s David Kelly has a message for longer term investors who have been stung by this year’s downturn in stock and bond markets: now is the time to jump back in.
A US recession is not a “done deal” thanks to a relatively resilient labor and credit market, while Wall Street has already priced in a high degree of interest-rate risk, according to Mohamed El-Erian, chief economic adviser at Allianz SE.
Jamie Dimon says don’t be surprised if the S&P 500 loses another one-fifth of its value. While such a plunge would fray trader nerves and stress retirement accounts, history shows it wouldn’t require any major departures from past precedents to occur.
The spillover from the UK’s proposed tax cuts is washing into the US stock market.
Even as flows into environmental, social and governance ETFs are slowing, Emerge is introducing its first set of active sustainable ETFs with a twist -- each fund will be overseen by women.
Cathie Wood’s flagship ETF, Bitcoin, meme stocks, profitless tech firms. The risk assets that powered this quarter’s $7 trillion rally all took a pounding Monday.
Battered in the June selloff that sent American equities into a bear market, chipmaker stocks are staging a stunning rebound this month.
A vicious six-month repricing has rattled investor nerves but has done little to make the US stock market cheap.
Stock markets continued to sink following last week’s recession worries, fueled by the Federal Reserve’s rate decision and the threat to global growth from China’s continued Covid lockdowns. The fear could be seen across asset classes, as traders offloaded equities and other risk assets in favor of cash.
Viral success stories of people who used the post-pandemic stock market to trade their way out of mountains of student loan debt keep inspiring do-it-yourself investors.
At least 20 ESG-focused exchange-traded funds have launched in the U.S. this year through Wednesday, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. While comparisons are difficult to make because of evolving classifications, that’s roughly double a tally of nine from the same period in 2021, and compares with two in 2020 and just one in 2019.
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer and progressive Senator Elizabeth Warren warned that the U.S. economic recovery could take a major hit if the Biden administration fails to extend the federal government’s pandemic moratorium on student-loan payments past September.
The strength of the municipal-bond market shows no sign of fading in the next few months, sustaining the securities’ historic valuations with investors plowing money into funds that buy tax-exempt debt.
America’s municipal bonds are staging their longest winning streak against Treasuries in seven years.