Oil traded near $60 a barrel after a storm shut almost three-quarters of U.S. Gulf of Mexico crude production, even as lingering demand concerns continue to dent the outlook.
U.S. equity futures climbed alongside stocks in Europe and Asia at the start of a busy week for Federal Reserve speakers, corporate earnings and economic data. Treasuries gained while the dollar was little changed.
Tom Crowder spent much of his two-year career in the NFL running away from men who weighed upwards of 300 pounds. These days? He worries about bears and snakes.
There’s now an ETF for anyone wanting to bet on the trade war, gamble on the cannabis craze, or go all-in on the death of the mall.
Trade misery acquaints the markets with strange bedfellows.
Exchange-traded funds that invest in cannabis companies are hitting the jackpot with a little help from short sellers.
Goldman Sachs Group Inc. wants to revolutionize tech investment with a clutch of new exchange-traded funds.
New exchange-traded funds must endure a brutal Darwinian struggle for attention and assets. To attract enough capital to survive amid the competition, new ETFs need a good investment idea and a catchy marketing approach.
In a month dominated by midterm elections, trade tussles, Federal Reserve talk and concerns about slower growth, the message was clear: steer clear of risk.
Industrial metals’ slump to near a one-year low is attracting exchange-traded fund investors who are betting on a turn-around in a market that’s been grappling with a supply squeeze.