Beyond Bulls & Bears

ETF Trading During Post-Election Uncertainty
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ETF Trading During Post-Election Uncertainty

As we digest the results of the US elections on November 3, the markets could be in for some volatile times ahead. David Mann, our Head of Global Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) Capital Markets, thought it apropos to offer a reminder of some good trading practices amid times of uncertainty.

The Post-Pandemic Case for International Markets
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The Post-Pandemic Case for International Markets

Our Dina Ting offers three reasons she and her team believe the case for international markets is once again strong, and opines on how recent market events have created new—or amplified existing—opportunities for investors to express views on specific countries.

Tax-Loss Harvesting: A Silver Lining for Single-Country ETFs?
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Tax-Loss Harvesting: A Silver Lining for Single-Country ETFs?

While the subject of taxes would probably elicit a yawn as dinner party conversation (assuming dinner parties happen again at some point), it’s something many investors need to contemplate as year-end approaches. David Mann, our Head of ETF Capital Markets, discusses the concept of tax-loss harvesting and how it can be a silver lining for investors in single-country exchange-traded funds (ETFs).

Fed Starts Buying Individual Corporate Bonds: An ETF Update
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Fed Starts Buying Individual Corporate Bonds: An ETF Update

The US Federal Reserve (Fed) recently announced it would purchase individual corporate credit bonds. David Mann, our Head of Capital Markets, Global ETFs, makes a case for using smaller ETFs to accomplish that goal.

Building Credit-Ability: Additional Clarity on Fed ETF Buying
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Building Credit-Ability: Additional Clarity on Fed ETF Buying

While there still isn’t complete clarity surrounding the Federal Reserve’s purchases of exchange-traded funds (ETFs), it did recently release a bit more information. David Mann, our Head of Capital Markets, Global ETFs, attempts to solve the mystery of which ETFs the Fed might be buying—and when.

The Fed and Fixed Income ETFs: The ETF Issuer Spread Widens Further
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The Fed and Fixed Income ETFs: The ETF Issuer Spread Widens Further

As the ravages of the coronavirus reverberated through the global economy in March and into April, the Federal Reserve announced a number of measures to help provide relief to financial markets—one being the purchase of exchange-traded funds (ETFs). In the final post of a three-part discussion on the topic, our David Mann opines on the Fed’s inclusion of high-yield ETFs within these purchases.

Which ETFs Will the Fed Buy?
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Which ETFs Will the Fed Buy?

The US Federal Reserve announced it would buy exchange-traded funds (ETFs) as part of a range of measures to help support the markets in the wake of the coronavirus. David Mann, Head of Capital Markets, Global ETFs, examines which ETFs it might actually buy, and when.

The Road to Premiums is Paved with Good Intentions: Perspective on the Fed and ETFs
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The Road to Premiums is Paved with Good Intentions: Perspective on the Fed and ETFs

The US Federal Reserve recently announced a number of measures to support the economy and markets amid the coronavirus crisis. One involves the purchase of fixed income exchange-traded funds (ETFs). David Mann, Head of Capital Markets, Global ETFs, shares his thoughts on the subject, and what he thinks is the best way to support the corporate bond market through these purchases.

Times of Turmoil and Trouble Keeping ETF Score
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Times of Turmoil and Trouble Keeping ETF Score

During these turbulent times, how does one track and value the performance of an exchange-traded fund? David Mann, Head of Capital Markets, Global Exchange-Traded Funds, opines on ways to “keep score.”

The “New Normal” for ETF Trading?
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The “New Normal” for ETF Trading?

Thoughts on the “new normal” in ETF trading during these turbulent times from our Head of Capital Markets, Global Exchange-Traded Funds.

ETF Trading and Volatility: It’s All Relative
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ETF Trading and Volatility: It’s All Relative

When markets turn volatile, some question the role of exchange-traded funds (ETFs) in exacerbating market moves. David Mann, our Head of Capital Markets, Global ETFs, offers some perspective.

Viewing Volatility Versus Uncertainty Through an ETF Lens
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Viewing Volatility Versus Uncertainty Through an ETF Lens

Investors certainly have had to face both volatility and uncertainty these past few weeks given coronavirus concerns and other geopolitical risks. David Mann, our Head of Capital Markets, Global Exchange-Traded Funds (ETFs), talks about the difference between the two through the lens of ETF trading.