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The Consumer Staples Select Sector SPDR Fund (XLP)

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78.16+0.02 (+0.03%)
As of 10:13AM EDT. Market open.
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Previous close78.14
Open78.22
Bid78.15 x 1800
Ask78.17 x 900
Day's range78.10 - 78.36
52-week range65.18 - 79.15
Volume1,305,825
Avg. volume10,793,629
Net assets15.63B
NAV78.16
PE ratio (TTM)26.65
Yield2.82%
YTD daily total return10.09%
Beta (5Y monthly)0.58
Expense ratio (net)0.09%
Inception date1998-12-16
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