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Q1 of 2012 is officially on the books and the ETF industry is showing no signs of slowing down anytime soon. So far this year, investors have been introduced to some of the most intriguing products to have hit the markets, beefing up the list of more than 1,400 ETFs to chose from.  As issuers continue to roll out new funds, investors now have access to even more ways to accomplish their investment objectives. Whether you’re looking to gain access to one of the world’s most followed mutual funds or want to establish a tactical tilt towards a specific sector of the corporate bond market, we outline 5 new, noteworthy ETFs of 2012′s first quarter [see also 4 sector ETFs Up Over 20% YTD]: 

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The ETF industry slowed down its pace in March, showing moderate levels of activity on the product development front. After a busy February, this month saw the debut of only 14 new funds; however, investors were introduced to two new first-to-market products, including an emerging market corporate bond fund as well as an ETF that offers targeted exposure to Indonesian small cap companies. Additionally, markets welcomed the highly anticipated Total Return ETF from PIMCO and its legendary bond guru, Bill Gross [for updates on all new ETFs, sign up for the free ETFdb newsletter]:

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The debut of PIMCO’s highly-anticipated Total Return ETF (TRXT) earlier this month has been hailed as a pivotal moment for the active ETF industry, potentially opening up the floodgates to significant future inflows. There seems to be an opinion that the active ETF movement has been something of a failure to date, failing to bring in […]

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Today brings the most anticipated ETF launch of the last several years, with PIMCO debuting an exchange-traded version of its popular Total Return Bond Fund (TRXT). The new ETF, PIMCO’s fifth actively managed product, is managed by bond guru Bill Gross–who is widely regarded as the top fixed income manager in the world. The move […]

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Bond fund giant PIMCO launched its highly anticipated Total Return ETF (TRXT) on Thursday, bringing to market an exchange-traded version of the mutual fund that has accumulated about $250 billion in assets since its debut in the 1980s. The new ETF is the most eagerly anticipated product launch of the last several years–perhaps throughout the […]

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There are hundreds of exchange-traded products at various points in the product development pipeline, but perhaps none of the funds that could debut in 2012 are as highly anticipated as the PIMCO Total Return Exchange-Traded Fund (TRXT). The bond fund giant had previously filed for approval for an ETF version of the world’s largest bond […]

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PIMCO, the bond giant that has begun to make large inroads in the fixed income ETF world, announced plans for three more funds in this quickly growing space with its latest SEC filing. In the document, the issuer laid out plans for products targeting the total bond market in three developed market countries; Germany, Canada, […]

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Despite a dismal month for most equity benchmarks, ETF assets climbed past the $1.1 trillion level in July thanks to another strong round of inflows into exchange-traded products. More than $13 billion flowed into ETPs last month, led by strong demand for U.S. equities and commodities. Domestic equity funds accounted for about $4.4 billion of […]

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One of the more popular corners of the actively-managed ETF landscape has been in the bond category where several new funds have managed to amass a great deal of assets in a short period of time. Investors have likely embraced active management in this slice of the market thanks to perception that bonds are still […]

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So far in 2011 more than 200 new exchange-traded products have debuted, taking the ETF lineup close to the 1,300 mark. Over the past several years, the exposure accessible through ETFs has become increasingly granular; while some of the new products debuting are “plain vanilla” funds linked to well known indexes (such as the recent […]

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