From Zacks: Global X, best known for its innovative and thematic ETFs, has lately announced that it would be closing down seven ETFs, as per an article published on etf.com. Those funds will last trade on October 6. The inability to generate assets under management seems to be the reason for the closure.
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Eric Dutram: San Francisco-based iShares is the world’s largest exchange traded funds (ETFs) provider with 46% of the market share. It offers a variety of ETFs across different asset classes, sectors and industries. Managed by BlackRock Group, iShares launched two more funds earlier this month following the
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Global X Funds, the New York based provider of exchange traded funds, today launched the Global X Permanent ETF (NYSEArca:PERM), a diversified ETF investing across various asset classes and designed to perform in different economic environments: increasing growth, decreasing growth rate,
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Global X will begin trading its new “Global X Permanent ETF” (NYSEArca:PERM) Wednesday, February 08, 2012. The Global X Permanent ETF (“Fund”) seeks to provide investment results that correspond generally to the price and yield performance