Tag: exchange traded funds

Capital and Risk, Trading

Greenwood adds retail investing, eyes profitable 2024

November 30, 2023

Via: Banking Dive

Greenwood, a neobank that provides banking services to Black and Latinx communities, is adding retail investing to its platform as it heads into what it anticipates will be a profitable 2024. The Atlanta-based fintech on Thursday announced the launch of […]

Activity, Investment Banking

Cash flows into European funds surged more than 60% in 2020, new data shows

January 25, 2021


The European fund industry saw a deluge of investment in 2020, with net inflows rising by around 61.6%, according to new figures from Refinitiv Lipper. Across the year, overall net inflows into European funds were estimated at 574.3 billion euros […]

Activity, Capital and Risk, Investment Banking, Liquidity

Investors are starting to favor junk bond ETFs over investment-grade

August 26, 2020

Via: Market Watch

Investors searching for yield are increasingly turning to riskier corners of the market and one research firm thinks that’s a good strategy. Inflows to exchange-traded funds holding below-investment grade debt, also known as “junk” bonds, are picking up steam, according […]

Capital and Risk, Liquidity

The Fed is starting its program to purchase corporate bond ETFs

May 12, 2020


The Federal Reserve will be starting its long-awaited corporate bond program Tuesday amid a boom in debt issuance. The central bank will kick off its Secondary Market Corporate Credit Facility, which is part of a history-making initiative in which it […]

Activity, Investment Banking

This investment seems too good to be true — is it?

February 22, 2019

Via: Market Watch

Would you be interested in an investment that’s guaranteed not to lose money but which makes money when the stock market goes up? Of course you would. In fact, such an investment seems too good to be true: How can […]

Activity, Investment Banking

Here’s how to easily reduce your investment risk just at the right time

November 14, 2018

Via: Market Watch

Investors are often told to diversify and choose low-cost index funds or exchange traded funds (ETFs). Still, the S&P 500 Index is weighted by market capitalization and a volatile October emphasized how much risk was concentrated at the top. So […]