ITB - iShares US Home Construction ETF

BATS - BATS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
37.63
-0.54 (-1.41%)
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Previous Close38.17
Open37.92
Bid0.00 x 1400
Ask0.00 x 1400
Day's Range37.44 - 38.11
52 Week Range33.10 - 46.56
Volume1,527,239
Avg. Volume2,709,338
Net Assets1.34B
NAV38.47
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
Yield0.35%
YTD Return-11.88%
Beta (3y)0.98
Expense Ratio (net)0.44%
Inception Date2006-05-01
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  • MarketWatch3 hours ago

    New-home sales rebound in May

    The numbers: New-home sales ran at a seasonally adjusted annual 689,000 rate in May. What happened: Sales of newly-constructed homes were 6.7% higher than a downwardly-revised April pace, and 14.1% higher than a year ago, the Commerce Department said Monday. The median sales price in May was $313,000, 3.3% lower than a year ago.

  • How the May Decline in Building Permits Affects the Economy
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    How the May Decline in Building Permits Affects the Economy

    The Conference Board uses the number of building permits issued as one of the constituents of its LEI (Leading Economic Index) model. The reason for using building permits as a forward indicator is the time gap between the issuance of the permit and the start of construction (PKB) activity. An increasing number of permits is a strong signal for future activity in the housing sector, which has a positive impact on the economy.

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    Housing Starts Scale 11-Year High: ETFs in Focus

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  • Why May Consumer Confidence Signals a Strong Second Quarter
    Market Realist25 days ago

    Why May Consumer Confidence Signals a Strong Second Quarter

    The Conference Board website explains that the consumer confidence index (or CCI) is a barometer of the health of the US economy (VOO) from the perspective of the consumer. The consumer confidence survey compiles consumer perceptions of employment and business conditions and their expectations for the next six months. The latest report indicated that the consumer confidence index has increased to 128.0 in May as compared to a downward revised April reading of 125.6.

  • Why the Fall in April New Home Sales Isn’t a Reason to Worry
    Market Realist26 days ago

    Why the Fall in April New Home Sales Isn’t a Reason to Worry

    As per the explanatory notes on the Census Bureau’s website, it takes six months to establish a trend in new home (DHI) sales, and the latest data suggest no change in the upward trend of the new home sales (ITB) market. The Census Bureau reported that the median sales price for new homes sold in April was $312,000 compared to $366,000 in March, and the average home price in April was $407,000 compared to $366,000 in March. Overall, the decline across housing market data in April isn’t a reason to worry, as the improving US economy and rising wages could lend the required support to the sector.

  • Why Existing Home Sales Continued Their Decline in April
    Market Realist26 days ago

    Why Existing Home Sales Continued Their Decline in April

    The US National Association of Realtors (or NAR) releases a monthly report on the existing home sales (ITB) market. This report contains the trends in existing housing inventory, total housing inventory, median home prices, and mortgage rates. The changes to existing home sales data over a period help investors understand the trends in the secondary housing market (REM).

  • Should Housing Investors Worry about Declining Building Permits?
    Market Realist26 days ago

    Should Housing Investors Worry about Declining Building Permits?

    Tracking changes to the number of building permits issued gives investors insight into the demand and supply conditions in the housing (REM) industry. An increase in the number of building permits in any given month is a signal for increased activity in the housing sector (DHI) in the future, as construction (ITB) activity begins after a few months of the issuance of a permit. As per the recent report, housing units (XHB) authorized by building permits were at a seasonally adjusted rate of 1.4 million, a minor fall of 1.8% from the revised March reading of 1.4 million units.

  • Why Housing Starts Fell 3.7% in April
    Market Realist27 days ago

    Why Housing Starts Fell 3.7% in April

    The trend of high volatility in the housing market continued in April as housing starts for the month were reported to have fallen 3.7% following a 1.8% rise in March and a 7% fall in February. The United States Census Bureau and the Department of Housing and Urban Development reported housing starts of 1.29 million for April, lower than the revised March reading of 1.34 million. The bright spot in this month’s report was the increase in single-family housing starts to 894,000 in April from 893,000 in March.

  • Why American Builders Remain Confident about the Housing Industry
    Market Realist27 days ago

    Why American Builders Remain Confident about the Housing Industry

    The National Association of Home Builders (or NAHB) is an association of 700 state and local associations of homebuilders (REM), real estate sales and marketing professionals, and remodelers. The NAHB conducts a monthly survey of its members, and based on this survey, the association publishes a report that includes the housing market index (or HMI). The survey asks respondents to rate the current conditions and expected conditions in the next six months as “good,” “fair,” or “poor” and mostly relates to the single-family housing (ITB) market.

  • Are Rising Bond Yields Affecting Housing Markets?
    Market Realist27 days ago

    Are Rising Bond Yields Affecting Housing Markets?

    The 3% ten-year bond yield isn’t a significant level for any reason—it’s a psychological level that has created some market frenzy. The continued increase in bond yields, however, has been worrying stakeholders in the housing (XHB) industry. Recent reports from the housing sector haven’t raised any red flags for the sector at this point, but continued increases in the 30-year mortgage rate along with rising home prices could push prospective buyers away once rates reach higher levels.

  • ETF Trendslast month

    Discouraging Signs for Homebuilders ETFs

    This article was originally published on ETFTrends.com. The iShares U.S. Home Construction ETF (ITB) , the largest homebuilder-related exchange traded fund, and the rival SPDR S&P Homebuilders ETF (XHB) were among 2017's most exciting trades. ITB and XHB are lower by an average of 11.5% and some market observers believe homebuilders equities could face more downside.

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    Shaky Foundations for Homebuilder ETFs

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    Homebuilders just posted their worst day in three months. Here’s what lies ahead

    On the heels of surging Treasury yields, a popular homebuilder-tracking ETF, the ITB, posted its worst day in three months.

  • What Were the Hiring and Firing Trends in March?
    Market Realist2 months ago

    What Were the Hiring and Firing Trends in March?

    The “Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey” (or JOLTS) data for March was reported on May 8 and contains key information about job openings and total separations. The total number of separations include layoffs, retirements, and voluntary quits. As per the latest JOLTS report, the total separations for March came in at 5.3 million at a rate of 3.6% of the total workforce, an increase from the February reading of 5.2 million and 3.5%, respectively.

  • Higher Wages and Social Security Payments Boost Income
    Market Realist2 months ago

    Higher Wages and Social Security Payments Boost Income

    Could Personal Income Continue to Rise? The BEA (Bureau of Economic Analysis), which is a part of the US Department of Commerce, releases a monthly report on US consumers’ personal income, disposable personal income, and personal consumption expenditure. The BEA’s April 30 report indicated that the US workforce’s personal income rose 0.3% in March, the same increase seen in February.

  • Here Are March’s Trends in Existing Home Sales
    Market Realist2 months ago

    Here Are March’s Trends in Existing Home Sales

    The US National Association of Realtors (or NAR) releases a monthly report on the existing home sales (ITB) market. Trends in existing housing inventory, total housing inventory, median home prices, and mortgage rates are published in the report. The changes in existing home sales data help us understand the trends in the secondary housing market (REM).

  • What to Make of the March Increase in Building Permits Issued
    Market Realist2 months ago

    What to Make of the March Increase in Building Permits Issued

    The demand and supply conditions within the housing (REM) sector can be assessed by observing the changes in the number of building permits issued. An increase in the number of building permits in any given month is a signal of increased activity in the housing sector in the future, as construction (ITB) activity begins after a few months of the issuance of a permit. As per the March report, housing units (XHB) authorized by building permits were at a seasonally adjusted rate of 1.4 million, an increase of 2.5% from the revised February reading of 1.3 million units.

  • Why a Rebound in March Housing Starts Isn’t Satisfying the Sector
    Market Realist2 months ago

    Why a Rebound in March Housing Starts Isn’t Satisfying the Sector

    The volatility in housing starts data remains elevated. Housing starts in March were reported to have risen 1.9%, a rebound from the 7% slump reported in February and a continuation of the 9.7% increase reported in January.

  • Why American Builders’ Confidence Fell 1 Point in March
    Market Realist2 months ago

    Why American Builders’ Confidence Fell 1 Point in March

    The National Association of Home Builders (or NAHB) is an association of 700 state and local associations of homebuilders (REM), real estate sales and marketing professionals, and remodelers. The NAHB publishes a monthly report by surveying these members. The report includes the monthly HMI (housing market index), which is constructed based on the results of the survey.

  • 10-Year Yield at 3.0%—What Now for the Housing Market?
    Market Realist2 months ago

    10-Year Yield at 3.0%—What Now for the Housing Market?

    The rise was the result of increased inflation (TIP) expectations nurtured by recent strong US economic data and a hawkish FOMC (Federal Open Market Committee) bent on increasing short-term interest rates. The 3% yield on the 10-year bond is mostly a symbolic level for traders, as it’s been acting as a strong resistance in the last few years. Interest rates have been increasing steadily in the last two and half years, but the impact on the housing market (ITB) has been limited, as rates have been increasing very slowly.

  • Rising Rate Fears Spoil the Planned Party in Housing ETFs
    Zacks2 months ago

    Rising Rate Fears Spoil the Planned Party in Housing ETFs

    Rising rate concerns weighed on solid home sales data and hurt housing ETFs lately.