|Bid||45.66 x 41800|
|Ask||45.83 x 45900|
|Day's Range||45.47 - 45.83|
|52 Week Range||37.85 - 48.93|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.14|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.74%|
Global Economic Indicators Paint a Mixed Picture(Continued from Prior Part)EuropeThe Eurozone manufacturing PMI (purchasing managers’ index), which was released earlier today, painted a grim picture of the region’s economy. While Germany’s
China’s Slowdown Concerns Decline amid Strong Data(Continued from Prior Part)Chinese economy On April 17, China (FXI) released several economic data points. The country’s first-quarter GDP growth of 6.4% surprised on the upside. Other indicators
Where China's Economy Is Heading(Continued from Prior Part)China Last year, China’s slowdown was seen as the biggest risk for global markets. The country’s economic slowdown was amplified by its trade dispute with the United States (SPY).
Are These Tech Stocks Overvalued after Nearing 52-Week Highs?(Continued from Prior Part)Stock returnsConsumer technology company Garmin (GRMN) has generated returns of 49% in the last 12 months. The stock easily outperformed broader markets last
The U.S. stock market has proven to be an historic juggernaut, and its stellar performance this year only solidifies its reputation. But is it time to diversify overseas? Our call of the day says “yes!”
Are These Tech Stocks Attractive after Nearing 52-Week Lows?(Continued from Prior Part)SINA’s returnsShares of Chinese (FXI) mobile media services company SINA (SINA) have fallen 36% in the last 12 months. Despite a difficult 2018, the stock has
Are These Tech Stocks Attractive after Nearing 52-Week Lows?(Continued from Prior Part)Fitbit stock Shares of consumer tech company Fitbit (FIT) have fallen 27% since the start of June 2018. Fitbit stock is currently trading 27% below its 52-week
Will Activision Blizzard Bounce Back after Its $29 Billion Loss?(Continued from Prior Part)Partnerships with NetEase and TencentActivision Blizzard (ATVI) has a long-standing partnership with China’s (FXI) NetEase (NTES) that has now spanned 11
To help investors keep up with the markets, we present our ETF Scorecard. The Scorecard takes a step back and looks at how various asset classes across the globe are performing. The weekly performance is from last Friday’s open to this week’s Thursday close.
Is the Party Just Getting Started for Iron Ore Miners?(Continued from Prior Part)Citibank recommends participating in the current iron ore price rallyCitibank (C) is advising investors to participate in the current iron ore price (PICK) rally. The
Q1 Earnings: Smaller Chip Companies to Take a Bigger Blow(Continued from Prior Part)High-performance solutionsThe semiconductor industry has been hit by a weak macroeconomic environment, and one of the hardest hit markets has been automotive. The
Platinum prices surged to 10-month highs after investors turned their attention to the precious metal as an alternative to the seemingly overbought palladium. Chinese equities enjoyed sizeable inflows as government stimulus and trade optimism acted as catalysts to a comeback of economic growth. Crude oil’s remarkable 2019 run spurred interest in leveraged bets while Europe’s common currency is confined by ECB’s dovish approach. Check our previous trends edition at Trending: Palladium Continues Record Run as Supply Worries Intensify.
Is the Party Just Getting Started for Iron Ore Miners?(Continued from Prior Part)Barclays upgrades iron ore price forecast Barclays is optimistic about the iron ore price outlook given the supply disruptions from Australian miners as well as Vale’s
Fitbit Stock Has Been Volatile This Year—What Lies Ahead?(Continued from Prior Part)Fitbit device sales rose 3% in the fourth quarter Fitbit’s (FIT) device sales rose 3% YoY (year-over-year) in the fourth quarter of 2018, far below the 31.4%
Fitbit Stock Has Been Volatile This Year—What Lies Ahead?(Continued from Prior Part)Fitbit’s sales are expected to rise 2.9% in 2019Fitbit (FIT) was once the market leader in the wearables market. However, the entry of tech giants such as Apple,
Why Semiconductor Stocks Fell on April 9(Continued from Prior Part)Samsung lowers first-quarter earnings guidance Most semiconductor stocks with exposure to the memory market are falling on the back of continued weakness. On April 5, Samsung (SSNLF)
Your First-Quarter Semiconductor Earnings Preview(Continued from Prior Part)Texas Instruments Among the most anticipated earnings for the first quarter are those of Texas Instruments (TXN), a company that supplies analog chips and microcontrollers
An array of China-focused exchange traded funds are benefiting as Chinese equities lead emerging markets higher this year. When considering China ETFs, U.S. investors often lean toward traditional funds. ...
Job Market Rebounds in March, Markets Breathe Sigh of Relief(Continued from Prior Part)Wage growth slowed While job additions in March topped analysts’ estimate of 175,000, coming in at 196,000, wage growth came in below expectations. Economists
Why Fund Managers Aren’t Buying Trump’s Strong Economy Argument(Continued from Prior Part)Economic slowdownThe global economy is expected to grow at a slower pace this year than last year. Almost all major economies are expected to report lower
Job Market Rebounds in March, Markets Breathe Sigh of ReliefJob additions beat expectations The US (IVV) jobs report for March was released on April 5. Job additions in the country came in at 196,000 in March, which was higher than expected.
Micron Fell after Morgan Stanley Downgraded the Stock(Continued from Prior Part)Micron’s inventoryMicron (MU) is the largest US (SPY) manufacturer of DRAM and NAND memory chips. However, the company is facing depleting demand for memory chips. The
AMD Stock Rose Due to Coverage Initiation, Positive Trade DealStock price movement Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) stock rose 8.5% to $29.02 on April 3. The stock rose due to a series of positive events including optimism about resolving the US-China