|Bid||0.00 x 0|
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|Day's range||168.35 - 169.31|
|52-week range||134.12 - 170.20|
|PE ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Expense ratio (net)||0.20%|
The Conference Board LEI (Leading Economic Index) includes the credit conditions in the US economy as one of its constituents. Changes to six financial market instruments are modeled to construct this credit index.
J. P. Morgan analysts recommended investors continue to overweight small-cap stocks, seeing them as shielded from the escalating risk of a trade war and U.S. dollar volatility
Last week, lower volatility helped investors add a substantial amount to US-listed ETFs. According to FactSet, investors poured $8.5 billion into ETFs last week, which increased the YTD (year-to-date) inflows to $117 billion. US equity (MS) (GS) (C) continued to be the most popular asset class with investors. US equity saw an addition of $6.17 billion, while international equity lost $243.5 billion. US fixed-income ETFs saw a net addition of $2.24 billion amid a decline in the US ten-year Treasury yield from 3.1% the previous week to 2.9% last week. ...
The Conference Board uses credit conditions in the economy as one of the components of the leading economic index (or LEI) economic model. Changes to six financial market instruments are modeled to construct this credit index. ...
Whether you have your heart set on Apple or Facebook, Alibaba or Baidu, or a domestic vs. foreign stock, you can access them all via ETFs.
In the previous part of this series, we discussed legendary billionaire investor George Soros’s recent buying activity. In this part, we’ll have a look at Soros Fund Management’s top sells in the first quarter.
As the greenback soars to its highest levels of the year, one trader sees a couple of market areas that could ride the currency's coattails.
Energy stocks are finding new life as oil prices climb and climb. Shares have been dead money for a while and seemed totally disconnected from crude prices, but investors have since come around. In a scan of more than 2,100 ETFs that closed last week at new highs relative to the MSCI All-Country World Index, energy ETFs "dominate" both on an absolute and relative basis, as Ned Davis Research Group's ETF strategist Will Geisdorf wrote in a report published Monday.
Small-cap stocks are rallying against a stronger U.S. dollar, and some market watchers see more gains to be had.
There wasn’t much activity on the ETF front last week amid a flurry of corporate earnings. FactSet data indicated that inflows into US-listed ETFs amounted to $972 million, which brought the inflows to $81.5 billion YTD (year-to-date). US equity (JPM) (MS) (C) saw outflows of $3.2 billion, while international equity had inflows of $1.8 billion. US fixed-income ETFs added $2.6 billion, while international fixed-income had net redemptions of $168.5 million.
The Conference Board uses the credit conditions in the economy as one of the constituents of the Leading Economic Index (or LEI) economic model. This credit index is constructed by modeling changes to six financial market instruments. The changes to this index help us understand the state of credit conditions in the economy. ...
ETF inflows maintained the strong momentum last week amid solid corporate earnings growth. According to FactSet, US-listed ETFs attracted $11 billion worth of inflows, which takes the year-to-date inflows to $82.1 billion. The smart recovery in global stocks inspired investors to put $7.9 billion into equities (JPM) (WFC) (C)—$6.8 billion was in US equities, while the remaining was in international equities. US fixed-income ETFs added $2.2 billion, while international fixed-income ETFs garnered $458 million. The benchmark ten-year Treasury yield rose to 3% compared to 2. ...
While investors have been focused on large-cap tech and the surge in commodities, small-cap stocks have quietly come within a stone's throw of the recent all-time highs.
Small-cap stocks are crushing their larger peers so far this year and approaching all-time highs as the first-quarter earnings season gets underway.
The uncertainty created by the US-China trade war continues to impact ETF inflows. According to FactSet, investors withdrew $3 billion out of US-listed ETFs last week, which takes the inflows down to $57.8 billion YTD (year-to-date). US equity continued to witness huge outflows with net redemptions of $9.7 billion, which indicates investors’ unease about rising volatility in US stocks. In contrast, international equity had positive inflows at $155 million. US fixed-income ETFs were more popular among investors. US fixed-income ETFs saw an addition of $4. ...
The market panic led ETF investors to pull close to $20 billion from S&P 500 funds in March, but they aren't giving up. Other markets just look better than big US stocks.