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a mutual fund that is traded on a stock exchange

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GSLC has found success in a densely populated, highly competitive corner of the ETF market -- that being domestic large-cap multi-factor funds.
PFFR is an exchange traded fund and the value of an ETF may be more volatile than the underlying portfolio of securities the ETF is designed to track, the fund's sponsor said.
The ministry is in the process of rejigging the companies in the ETF and will include four new CPSEs after removing three of the existing companies -- GAIL, Engineers India Ltd (EIL) and Container Corporation of India.
Mirae Asset already bought a number of overseas ETF providers in 2011, including Horizon of Canada and BetaShares of Australia.
"According to our research, trading ETFs without commissions or other fees continues to grow in importance for investors, so we're thrilled to continuously expand our selection of ETFs," said Heather Fischer, vice president of ETF and mutual fund platforms and client solutions strategy at Charles Schwab, in a statement.
Historically, the Index adopted by CSOP Crude Oil ETF significantly outperformed the conventional front-month monthly-rolling index in both bull and bear markets by more than 35% in the successive past ten years.
Nonetheless, overlooking the significant operational and tax benefits of the ETF structure, or not understanding their potential impact, could cause someone to quickly dismiss an ETF investment as being a good buy-and-hold investment.
Exchange traded-funds (ETFs) kept up their seemingly constant pace of inflows in the third quarter, surpassing $100 billion of net deposits for the year.
The government has given its go-ahead to the CPSE ETF comprising stocks of 11 large government-owned companies with a view to expedite disinvestment in these companies.
"The ETF, which is intrinsically a mutual fund except that it will be listed and traded like any stock at the local bourse for added liquidity will track the performance of the Philippine Stock Exchange index, the benchmark for the Philippine stock market.
The report finds that institutional investors hold about one-half of total equity ETF assets, accounting for an estimated 57% of total assets.
The ETF, which also shifted from index provider Dow Jones UAE 25 Total Return Index (Local) to the MSCI UAE IMI 10/40, is now named NBAD OneShare MSCI UAE ETF and is the first physically replicated fund in the Emirate.
Summary: DUBAI - The National Bank of Abu Dhabi, or NBAD will implement enhancements to the region's first exchange trade-fund (ETF), the NBAD OneShare Dow Jones UAE 25 ETF (1UAE), all of which are in step with advances in the industry.