Goldman Starts Smart Beta ETF Price War
The move not only intensifies competition in smart beta but between smart beta and actively managed funds — possibly even passive index funds.
Congress Wants a $2 Trillion Tax Break. US Companies Don't
Firms that stand to benefit most from the cut are saying no thanks, just give every company a bigger rate cut.
Before Equifax Plunged, and After, No Analysts Dared to Say Sell
The stock has lost almost 30% since news broke last Thursday that the credit reporting agency's database had been hacked.
Betterment Adds Smart Beta and Targeted Income Strategies
The additions are meant to address the investment needs of the firm's increasingly diverse client base.
Gundlach Weighs In on ‘Wack-O’ Times in the Market
He sees further strength in the dollar, trouble ahead tied to the reversal in QE and weak commodity prices.
‘Buy’ Signal Persists in September: Merrill
Long Bitcoin was the most crowded trade in Merrill's monthly fund manager survey.
The Declining Fiscal Health of America’s Cities
Municipal revenues are expected to grow much more slowly in 2017 while expenditures remain steady and state and federal aid continues to decline.
U.S. Household Incomes Rose to Record in 2016 as Poverty Fell
Median inflation-adjusted household increase rose 3.2%, and the percentage of Americans without health insurance declined.
Third of UBS Assets Are in Sustainable or Impact Investments
“It’s quite clear this is no longer a niche anymore,” said Group CEO Sergio Ermotti.
Here’s How Much Americans Spend on Sports
They spent $2.3 billion for fantasy sports leagues alone in the past year, CreditCards.com reports.