BY Stoyan Bojinov,
Stocks enjoyed another week in green territory as upbeat economic data and no new tapering hints from the Fed gave investors few reasons to cut off winning positions.
BY Robert Goldsborough,
WisdomTree brings to market an emerging-markets dividend growth ETF, VelocityShares unveils a risk-weighted ETF holding large-cap U.S. stocks, KraneShares launches an ETF holding publicly traded Chinese Internet companies, and LocalShares debuts its Nashville ETF. Plus, Fidelity expands its ETF plans, and Exchange Traded Concepts drafts an actively managed tactical ETF that would be managed by a onetime U.S. Senate candidate.
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