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Low interest rates and equity market volatility are making it extremely difficult to structure certificates of deposit with attractive terms
Wells Fargo note offers guaranteed return of 7% plus principal as a raft of energy and natural resource-based reverse convertibles are filed with the SEC
Exchange-traded funds that give investors exposure to emerging markets debt are increasingly popular and funds denominated in local currencies are also on the rise
A Morningstar report says synthetic exchange-traded funds have made welcome strides in tackling counterparty risk, but transparency is still lacking in multiple counterparty ETFs
Finra has issued a regulatory notice responding to questions about its 2010 suitability rule
Vanguard has launched its first exchange-traded funds in Europe with five listings on the London Stock Exchange
Investors in Europe have been buying structured products linked to Facebook since its stock market launch and now US investors will get a chance to do the same as the first product linked to the com...
Bank shares continue to form the basis of many structured product filings with the US Securities and Exchange Commission
The first exchange-traded funds to offer daily leveraged exposure to US and UK sovereign debt have been listed in Europe
Pimco and State Street launch new actively managed ETFs as US and Canadian markets see strong surge in assets under management
Thirty-five dual directional structured products have been issued so far this year in the US, but research from a securities consulting firm warns against them
Of the 91 structured products filed last week with the US Securities and Exchange Commission, more than 40 were reverse convertibles and nine were digitals. Financials and tourism were the most popu...
iShares is offering a play on uncertainty in the eurozone with the launch of eight ETFs that offer exposure to the sovereign debt of individual eurozone members
While North American equity ETFs have had big inflows since the start of the year, those based on European equities have had huge outflows
Alternative asset ETFs have seen a big increase in assets this year, and Dow Jones has joined in the trend with the licensing of a new multi-asset index for ETF creation
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