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For your information, you can find below the description of the video ETF IQ Full Show (05/15/2023) published by the Youtube channel Bloomberg Television:
"Bloomberg ETF IQ" focuses on the opportunities, risks and current trends tied to the trillions of dollars in the global exchange traded funds industry. This week Bloomberg's Matt Miller, Sonali Basak and Eric Balchunas talk with Shawn McNinch, global head of ETF services at Brown Brothers Harriman (BBH), and Joanna Gallegos, co-founder of BondBloxx. They discuss the recent survey by BBH, which says ETFs could go from $9 trillion in global assets today to $30 trillion in the next decade. Plus the recent pushback against ESG funds, and the tension around the US debt ceiling impasse.
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