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This Week In ETFs
This Week In ETFs
Week Of Feb. 22-26, 2021
- Performers: As energy prices rose, oil stocks ETFs gained. Meanwhile, disruptive tech ETFs fell.
- Flows: Core S&P ETFs brought in the most inflows. Gold and broad bond ETFs saw the biggest outflows.
- Fast Fact: We look at the ETFs with the highest and lowest 10-year annualized performance.
- Launches & Filings: Several new ESG ETFs launched this week, while ETFMG filed for a U.S. companion to MJ.
In The News
Daily review of stock specific news including ETFs w/ greatest exposure, curated links and look at performance results for the previous trading session.
- US government bonds steady after heaviest sell-off since March turmoil - Financial Times
- EVs Are More Expensive Than Traditional Cars--But Not by Much - Bloomberg
- Airbnb's First Earnings Report Was a Mixed Bag. A Travel Recovery Remains Uncertain. - Barron's
- Paramount+ Hits a Divided Audience - WSJ