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April ETF Roundup: Launches, Filings And Closures

By: ETFdb
April was a month of economic reporting on all sides, and the majority of the market finished the month with strong returns. Disappointing ISM and labor data was seen both early and late in the month, as April saw a slowdown in the growth of new U.S. private sector jobs. Gold dominated the headlines after the precious metal tumbled over 9% mid month, marking the largest single-day drop in 30 years. The Japanese central bank announced early in the month that it would implement a number of aggressive easing measures in an attempt to double the government bond holdings over the next two years, while an economic slowdown in China sent global investors into a frenzy [for updates on all new ETFs, sign up for the free ETFdb newsletter]. After last month’s trickle of new funds, April was a rush of products into the ETF space, with 18 new funds coming to market all throughout the [...] Click here to read the original article on ETFdb.com. Related Posts: Launch Frenzy: iShares, FlexShares and Credit Suisse All Bring Funds To Market Global X Adds Nigeria ETF (NGE) And Central Asia ETF (AZIA) To Arsenal Active ETF Investing: 3 Things To Consider PIMCO Files To Reflect Mutual Funds Aggregate Bond ETFs: Closer Look Under The Hood
April was a month of economic reporting on all sides, and the majority of the market finished the month with strong returns. Disappointing ISM and labor data was seen both early and late in the month, as April saw a slowdown in the growth of new U.S. private sector jobs. Gold dominated the headlines after the precious metal tumbled over 9% mid month, marking the largest single-day drop in 30 years. The Japanese central bank announced early in the month that it would implement a number of aggressive easing measures in an attempt to double the government bond holdings over the next two years, while an economic slowdown in China sent global investors into a frenzy [for updates on all new ETFs, sign up for the free ETFdb newsletter]. After last month’s trickle of new funds, April was a rush of products into the ETF space, with 18 new funds coming to market all throughout the [...]

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