Bill DeRoche, Chief Investment Officer at AGF is the latest to step into the ring with our US election from the ETF perspective comment column.
Sal Bruno, CIO, IndexIQ, has bravely waded into our ongoing comment column on the forthcoming US Presidential election.
Bill Kapogiannis, Executive Director at The Depository Trust and Clearing Corporation (DTCC), comments on his firm’s enhanced offering and the impact of the ETF rule.
In the first of a new series for ETF Express, Beverly Chandler garners the opinions of the great and the good in the ETF world on investing in ETFs during the pre-US Presidential election period.
China’s recovery from Covid-19 has been an extraordinary phenomenon among many strange events over this year, and China is now projected to be the only economy to have positive economic growth in 2020.
Recent market volatility may have sparked the usual calls for bans on short-selling, but any such move would be counter-productive, says Edward Monrad (pictured), Head of European Equity Market Structure, Optiver Europe…
Lessons learnt during the coronavirus crisis will fuel growth in the healthcare innovation sector, says HANetf's Ginsberg
Anthony Ginsberg, Co-creator of the HAN-GINs Indxx Healthcare Innovation ETF (WELL) says the Coronavirus crisis has exposed many flaws in the US and other healthcare systems, which has proven a boost for innovative healthcare companies.
A note from Tabula Investment Management CEO Michael John Lytle reveals that this year and 2021 could see a big increase in the number of US high yield defaults. Lytle believes that the financial market indicators are optimistic relative to both credit and economic indicators.
Andy Vicat, Rich Evans and Jake Beeman from DXC Technology comment on the lack of a European Consolidated Tape.
Morningstar’s Director of Global ETF Research, Ben Johnson, has commented on the latest annual US fund fee study from Morningstar which shows that in 2019 the asset-weighted average expense ratio across all mutual funds and ETFs was roughly half what investors paid in fund fees as of 20 years ago at 0.45 per cent.