April 22, 2011 at 07:00 AM EDT
ETF Pipeline: Floating Rate Bonds, European Bonds, And More
The past week has seen the continuation of brisk expansion in the ETF industry, with more than a dozen new products debuting. The product pipeline continues to fill as well, with the most noteworthy addition being PIMCO’s proposed Total Return ETF. Many of the other recent filings haven’t brought nearly the level of attention paid to the potential entrance of bond king Bill Gross into the ETF space, but there have been several interesting developments on the product development front over the last several days: iShares Plots Floating Rate Bond ETF iShares, the San Francisco-based ETF issuer known for its dominance of the ETF industry, continues to be active on the product development front, recently filing with the SEC for a new variable rate bond fund. The proposed fund would track a benchmark that measures the performance of U.S. dollar-denominated, investment grade floating-rate notes. The index will have a focus [...] Click here to read the original article on ETFdb.com. Related Posts: Announcing The Free Head-To-Head ETF Comparison Tool Direxion Debuts Short Aggregate Bond, Treasury ETFs Bond ETF Ideas: Room For Growth In Fixed Income Arena ETF Investors Are Embracing Low Cost Options…Or Are They? For ETF Investors, The Details Matter (Part II)
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