Indxx has announced the licensing of their Indxx US Infrastructure Index to US-based asset manager, Direxion ETFs.
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, renewable capacity in 2020 expanded by 260GW, an increase of more than 45 per cent from 2019, writes index provider Solactive.
A quiet week on the ETF launches front reflects end of summer holidays. However, a quiet week does not mean a dull week and in usual ETF style we have a nice variety of products.
Micro-investing platform Wombat is offering investors the opportunity to plug into the booming battery market with the launch of its latest theme-based ETF.
HANetf, Europe’s first full services ‘white label’ UCITS ETF issuer, has published a statement as it continues to expand its presence into the European fund market.
Invesco announces the launch of an ETF focused on global companies that are leading the world in solar energy technology. The Invesco Solar Energy UCITS ETF will track the performance of the MAC Global Solar Energy Index, which was developed by leading solar industry experts and is now administered and calculated by S&P Dow Jones Indices.
Duff & Phelps Investment Management Co. and Virtus ETF Solutions, both affiliates of Virtus Investment Partners, Inc (NASDAQ: VRTS), today announced the introduction of the Virtus Duff & Phelps Clean Energy ETF (NYSE: VCLN), the first ETF strategy managed by Duff & Phelps.
Global X’s The Next Big Theme report for July 2021 covers six key themes: US Infrastructure; E-commerce; Lithium; Video Games & E-Sports; Cloud Computing and Cleantech.
The decreased concentration of stocks associated with the clean energy theme within ETFs provides investors with broader and less volatile exposure, writes Bloomberg Intelligence (BI). This also means that some more diversified ETFs such as BlackRock's iShares Clean Energy ETFs (ICLN and INRG) may have not benefited as much from the rebound of pure-player clean energy stocks since June, according to Bloomberg Intelligence (BI).
Popularity amongst investors for thematic investment strategies remains high, writes Global X, citing CNBC’s claim that assets in thematic ETFs have hit USD133 billion, up from USD27 billion before the pandemic.