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  • Gold Investment Sales Total $6 Billion as ‘Flood Continues’

    Gold sales through exchange-traded products came to $6 billion last month as investors put more money into stocks and bonds, ETFGI Ltd. said.

  • Expect More Metal Exchange-Traded Products, Funds, Says BlackRock's Fuhr

    More exchange-traded products based on metals are likely as suppliers of other commodities seek the same boost that gold has received in the market, BlackRock Inc.’s Deborah Fuhr said.

  • Pimco ETF Trounces Flagship Attracting Less Cash: Credit Markets

    Pacific Investment Management Co.’s 13-month-old exchange-traded fund is attracting more cash than the firm’s flagship Total Return mutual fund as investors join Bill Gross in preferring ETFs for bond investing.

  • Base-Metal ETFs May Attract Less Interest Than Gold, BlackRock’s Fuhr Says

    Exchange-traded funds for base metals are unlikely to attract as much demand as those for gold and silver, according to Deborah Fuhr , head of ETF research at BlackRock Inc., which is planning a product backed by copper.

  • SPDR Gold Adds $3.74 Billion, Leads Commodity Fund Growth, BlackRock Says

    The SPDR Gold Trust added $3.74 billion in assets in the first four months of the year, leading a 6.4 percent jump across commodity-linked exchange-traded products and funds, according to BlackRock Inc.

  • Hedge Fund in a Single Security Makes Bogle See ETFs as Insane

    The skunk works at IShares’ headquarters in San Francisco is buzzing. Researchers in the development lab pore over data flashing across computer screens while colleagues refill their mugs at the coffee bar and huddle in conference rooms illuminated by translucent blue partitions.

  • ETFs Gone Wild

    Exchange-traded funds--many stuffed with exotic derivatives--are shaking up the mutual fundindustry. Regulators want to make sure they don’t become the next financial time bomb.

  • ETFs Gone Wild

    By Edward Robinson July, 2010 (Bloomberg Markets) -- Exchange-traded funds--many stuffed with exotic derivatives--are shaking up the mutual fundindustry. Regulators want to make sure they don’t become the next financial time bomb. The skunk works at IShares’ headquarters in San Francisco is buzzing. Researchers in the development lab pore over data flashing across computer screens while colleagues refill their mugs at the coffee bar and huddle in conference rooms illuminated by translucent blue partitions. These brainiacs, who create the exchange-traded funds that have made the BlackRock Inc. unit the kingpin of the global ETF market, took a radical departure in November from the index trackers IShares has churned out for a decade. They released a hedge fund in a box. The IShares Diversified Alternatives Trust ETF packs the complex bets favored by hedge fund managers into one security.

  • Hedge Fund ETF Weapons Turn Dangerous for Solo Investors

    If you are convinced, really convinced, the price of crude oil will rise today and U.S. stocks will fall, Factor Advisors LLC has an exchange-traded fund for you.

  • Vanguard to Challenge BlackRock's IShares in Europe's Growing ETF Market

    Vanguard Group Inc., the world’s biggest mutual-fund company, plans to start selling exchange- traded funds in Europe this year, betting that the passive, low- cost style of investing that has changed asset management in the U.S. will do the same abroad.

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