Letting ETFs Stand on Their Own

Greenwich Report
August 2018 By: Kevin McPartland
A change in mindset is clearly needed, both for how the buy-side looks to ETFs as an active part of their portfolio and how the sell side offers clients access to the ETF market.
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Fixed-income dealers that invested in their businesses over the past year are positioning themselves to capitalize on an anticipated pickup in market volatility and investor activity.
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A Buyer's Guide to Alternative Data

Greenwich Report
August 2018 By: Richard Johnson
This new Greenwich Report examines the changing size of the alternative data market, identifies the leading companies in the space and examines the evaluation process for these data sets..
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RBC Capital Markets and TD Securities are deadlocked atop a newly competitive Canadian fixed-income market.
Electronic trading is growing marketwide, although top-line growth in the past two years has slowed from revolutionary to evolutionary.
In complex markets with strict best execution rules, the emerging practice of “venue analysis” emerges as a key tool for U.S. investors.
The pool of commissions earned by brokers on trades of U.S. equities within the Greenwich Associates universe contracted another 9% last year to an estimated $7.65 billion.
RBC again leads the competition for the Greenwich Associates 2018 Share and Quality Leaders in Canadian Equities.
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