Just as fixed income exchange-traded funds (ETFs) are enjoying their time in the sun, providers are looking to create even more bond products to attract investors’ attention. The latest push in the space involves so-called “zero” or “negative” duration ETFs, which are designed to protect investors from rising rates. Will plan sponsors bite?
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