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Tetragon Financial Group Limited: 2013 Annual Report
State Street Corp., the second-biggest provider of exchange-traded funds, plans to introduce actively managed Systematic Core Equity, Growth Equity and Value Equity ETFs.
Several traditional mutual fund firms have been pursuing partnerships with traditional ETF providers. How might this trend affect investors?
State Street Corp., the third- largest custody bank, said second-quarter profit climbed 16 percent as rising global equity markets lifted the value of the assets it oversees.
There were strong flows to equity ETFs in 2013, while commodity ETFs showed their mettle.
The corporate bond market will probably struggle to return much above break-even in 2014.
As 2013 draws to a close, just a small number of ETFs are expected to make capital gains distributions.