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American Century launches first two semi-transparent ETFs using Precidian structure

American Century launches first two semi-transparent ETFs using Precidian structure

The hotly anticipated launch of the first two semi-transparent ETFs has been announced, with American Century Investments using Precidian Investments' ActiveShares methodology to launch the American Century Focused Dynamic Growth ETF (FDG)1, 4 and American Century Focused Large Cap Value ETF (FLV)1, 4.

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Global ETF launches 26.03-02.04

Global ETF launches 26.03-02.04

In another predictably quiet week for ETF launches, Lyxor was ‘on-trend’ with the debut of a new suite of ‘ecosystem’ funds designed to be consistent with the carbon emission reduction targets of the Paris Agreement of 2015. Lyxor says the ETFs, which track MSCI's Climate Change indices, provide investors with access to European, US, Emerging Markets and World equity exposures in a 'simple, transparent and cost-effective way'.

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Innovator expands defined outcome ETF suite with April Series of Nasdaq 100 and Russell 2000 Power Buffer listings

Innovator expands defined outcome ETF suite with April Series of Nasdaq 100 and Russell 2000 Power Buffer listings

The April series of the Innovator Nasdaq-100 Power Buffer ETF (NAPR) and Innovator Russell 2000 Power Buffer ETF™ (KAPR) are scheduled to begin trading, expanding Innovator Capital Management's Defined Outcome ETF suite to forty-three Buffer funds in total.

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REX Shares’ NRGU upsized

REX Shares’ NRGU upsized

Latest news from REX Shares, providers of long and short ETNs on a range of key indices, has announced that Bank of Montreal (BMO) has increased the aggregate principal amount of the MicroSectors US Big Oil Index 3x Leveraged Exchange Traded Notes by USD50 million, to a new total of USD75 million. 

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GraniteShares research reveals 40 per cent increase in shorting of UK stocks in first half of March

GraniteShares research reveals 40 per cent increase in shorting of UK stocks in first half of March

New analysis of industry data by ETF provider GraniteShares reveals the number of net short positions reported to the Financial Conduct Authority in January and February this year was down by around 12 per cent when compared to the same period last year. However, in the first half of this month, there were 40 per cent more net short positions reported to the FCA than the same period last March.