Exchange-Traded Funds coverage from Reuters.
Billionaire investor Jeffrey Gundlach on Monday said investors should consider betting against Facebook Inc because the prospect of regulation still hangs over the social media company's stock.
Investors stormed back into the market for the riskiest corporate debt during the latest week, Lipper data showed on Thursday, pumping the most cash into U.S.-based, high-yield bond funds in over 16 months.
An estimated 24 percent of the world's exchange-traded funds and 15 percent of mutual funds have holdings in firearms companies, researcher Sustainalytics said in a report on Thursday, levels it said might be "more pervasive than some investors realize."
The long-awaited unwinding of the Federal Reserve's balance sheet could be having negative consequences across markets, including recent U.S. corporate debt weakness, elevated bank funding costs, volatile stock markets and a tumbling Hong Kong dollar.
BlackRock Inc, the world's largest asset manager, said on Thursday its top regulatory compliance officer will leave the company and be replaced by a Goldman Sachs Group Inc executive, according to a staff memo seen by Reuters.
A U.S. bond industry group that advises the New York Federal Reserve is set to impose a permanent penalty for busted trades in the U.S. Treasury and mortgage bond markets to ensure "operational continuity" of existing practices.
BlackRock Inc <BLK.N>, the world's largest asset manager, raised total compensation for chairman and chief executive officer Larry Fink by 8.9 percent in 2017, according to a filing on Friday.
Japan's longest run of economic growth since the 1980s asset bubble was expected to stall in the first quarter but is seen likely to regain some momentum over the course of the year, a Reuters poll of economists showed.
U.S. fund investors plowed back into the markets during the most recent week, with stocks and high-yield bonds attracting cash for the first time in four weeks, Lipper data showed on Thursday.
BlackRock Inc <BLK.N>, the world's largest asset manager, generated higher profit during the first quarter by luring more money from investors even as stock and bond markets fell.
China has halted its loosely-regulated and fast-growing over-the-counter (OTC) options market in the government's latest effort to reduce risk in the financial system, according to sources at brokerage firms.
A fund industry trade group representative on Monday disputed the idea that bond exchange-traded funds (ETFs) might fail to hold up under stress, telling U.S. securities regulators he knows of no convincing evidence to suggest such funds' liquidity is a problem.
The forward curve of swaps based on Federal Reserve rate expectations has inverted slightly, indicating that market participants are concerned about the U.S. central bank making a policy mistake, analysts at JPMorgan said in a report.
U.S. fund investors pulled back from the stock market for a third straight week, withdrawing $11.6 billion in cash in the week ended Wednesday, in the face of a potential full-blown trade war between the United States and China, Lipper data showed on Thursday.
BlackRock Inc, the world's largest asset manager, said on Thursday it will offer new investment strategies and exchange-traded funds that exclude civilian firearms producers and retailers, following through on plans it outlined last month after a Florida high school massacre.
BlackRock may have found a disarmingly simple solution to its gun dilemma. The fund manager led by Larry Fink will offer an arsenal of new products allowing individuals and institutions to invest in market indexes without putting money into manufacturers and retailers of firearms. Coupled with a plan to engage public gunmakers and sellers directly, it moves Fink closer to fulfilling a promise that BlackRock’s business benefit society alongside the bottom line.
Gold demand will change little this year from 2017 levels as slim gains in physical investment and jewelry and industrial demand are partially offset by a drop in central bank buying to its lowest since 2010, according to an industry report.
U.S. fund investors drained the most cash from the stock market since early February's market meltdown, dodging declines while making a tactical bet on fallen technology companies, Lipper data released on Thursday showed.
Equity investors looking for protection from tech-led share reversals, trade wars and Europe's slowing economic momentum may find that the "defensive" sectors they usually seek out during market storms are no longer the safe havens they once were.