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Proposed bitcoin ETFs spotlight debate over rules governing crypto
SEC delays decision on allowing exchange-traded funds. It has to make big calls on digital currencies, whether it wants to or not.
Bitcoin fund hits the New York Stock Exchange
The debut of the cryptocurrency ETF is a first. But like bitcoin itself, the value of the asset could be volatile.
What's the value of a good stock ticker?
A gray market in stock symbols is emerging on Wall Street, and some fetch six figures. Bloomberg’s Katie Greifeld tried to buy MEME.
What are ETFs and why is the Fed pouring billions into them?
The Federal Reserve is prepared to invest hundreds of billions of dollars in corporate bond ETFs to support businesses, and make it possible for these businesses to borrow during the Coronavirus downturn.
First, brokerages cut commissions. Now they may be bulking up.
Charles Schwab is reportedly in talks to buy rival TD Ameritrade. Merging could help make up for cutting trading fees to zero.
Rebalancing the S&P 500 means a whole lot of trades
Friday was one of the four times a year when the S&P 500 rebalances itself. This means that some stocks leave this index and some come in. This also means that all the indixes and exchange-traded funds that track the S&P 500 (and there’s many) have to also rebalance themselves to reflect the changes. S&P […]
Introducing exchange-traded funds with 'biblical values'
The companies that are being screened out include those that are vocal about lesbian, gay and transgender issues.
They're a hot investment, but are ETFs safe?
The infrastructure behind these funds may not be keeping up with their growth.
Nashville tries to boost civic pride with an investment fund
Having a single share is like buying stock in all of Nashville's public companies.