In all, 128 exchange-traded notes or funds shuttered during the year, a number that easily eclipsed the previous record of 102.
Oil and oil stocks are rallying after the IEA said the global oil supply glut will shrink later this year.
The energy markets continue to be in focus for traders and investors as oil supplies are being disrupted in multiple locations around the world.
The two major retail ETFs are both trading in the red Thursday, following disappointing April retail sales figures.
Worries about global deflation are moving the markets in Tuesday's trading session, and ETFs.
Take a look at Japanese ETFs such as the iShares MSCI Japan ETF and the WisdomTree Japan Hedged Equity Fund.
There are many ETFs that weight stocks by earnings growth.
Interest rates have been moving up recently and that could spell trouble for investors in Utility ETFs.
There are many ways you can play the Industrial sector using ETFs.
One of the biggest benefits of investing in an ETF is the tax advantage it holds over a mutual fund.
Energy ETFs such as USO and XOP rally along with financial stocks.
Investing in gold and gold miners may sound like the same thing, but they are not alike.
Stacey Gilbert of Susquehanna Capital Group, and Max Wolff of Manhattan Venture Partners discuss the risks of investing in ETFs that yield more than nine percent with Brian Sullivan.
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Stocks have been rallying after losing 10% in the first month of 2016, largely due to the 'Dimon bottom.'
Commodity ETFs are trading in the red on Tuesday following a weaker than expected GDP report.
The index underlying an ETF sometimes doesn't reflect what's going on in the stock markets.
It's been a wild ride for investors in gold miners and gold ETFs so far this year.
The Bank of Japan decides to hold on implementing further stimulus for the Japanese economy.
ECB chief Mario Draghi's decision to increase the size of the bond buying program is lifting broad European ETFs on Thursday.
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