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exchange-traded

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  • Collectively these offshoots are known as exchange-traded products ETPs.

    The Economist: Daily news and views

  • Collectively, the products fall under a new umbrella called "exchange-traded products."

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  • That division is in the booming business of so-called exchange-traded funds, which include funds that are based on indexes and that trade on exchanges, like stocks.

    Peltz Trian Fund Seeks Changes at State Street

  • Theyre called exchange-traded funds, and my firm provides these to our clients in addition to institutional funds.

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  • Perhaps the biggest concern, and the one with the clearest echoes of the subprime crisis, surrounds "synthetic" ETFs and linked products known as exchange-traded notes (ETNs) and exchange-traded vehicles (ETVs).

    The Economist: Daily news and views

  • Moreover, news of a proposal by the financial regulator to allow the island's insurance companies to invest in Hong Kong-listed yuan-denominated bonds, stocks, equity funds and exchange-traded funds also buoyed financial stocks.

    Asia Mixed; Hynix Tumbles

  • The analytic tool includes more than 10,000 funds and exchange-traded funds.

    Leading a Putnam Turnaround

  • Three months ago, this column suggested fund investors were throwing the baby out with the bath water, as their rush into indexed exchange-traded funds had them pulling money even out of actively managed mutual funds with top performance records.

    Not All Are Unloved

  • Most exchange-traded funds are index funds, so their holdings stay relatively constant over time.

    When ETFs Are Lenders

  • Another client, a 70-year-old retired multimillionaire, has about one-third of his assets in a mutual-fund portfolio separate from the money Mr. Munson manages for him in a low-volatility portfolio of relatively inexpensive exchange-traded funds.

    Their Own Worst Enemy

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