|Bid||232.96 x 900|
|Ask||238.50 x 900|
|Day's Range||236.73 - 238.06|
|52 Week Range||195.00 - 238.19|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|YTD Daily Total Return||3.81%|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||1.07|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.42%|
Amazon is set to release fourth-quarter 2019 results on Jan 30, after market close. Being a market leader in e-commerce, it is worth taking a look at the company's fundamentals ahead of its results.
The movements in these sector ETFs should be watched closely as the phase-1 trade deal is being signed and there is no tariff relief for a huge chunk of goods until phase-2.
The iShares U.S. Consumer Services ETF (IYC) is up more than 27% year-to-date, highlighting the strength in domestic consumer cyclical stocks. IYC seeks to track the investment results of the Dow Jones U.S. Consumer Services Capped Index. The underlying index measures the performance of domestic equities in the consumer services industry.
Given the huge success of Disney's streaming service, investors could tap the opportune moment with consumer ETFs having the largest exposure to this global media and entertainment company.
In the latest battle of the streaming wars, Disney has been racking up subscribers, offering Netflix stiff competition. It’s been about a month since Disney launched its signature streaming service, Disney Plus. Since that time, the company reported the Disney+ service had 10 million signups via smart TVs, mobile devices and desktops following its first day.
Frozen 2 raked in $127 million in North America in the first three days of debut on Nov 22, beating the company's forecasts and the box office debut of the original Frozen.
Disney’s opening subscribership for its streaming services was the stuff of fairy tales as it signed up 10 million customers within its first day of an international launch. In Wednesday’s trading session, ...
The negative stock performance of AMZN might reverse given the positive earnings estimate revision trend, which is generally a precursor to an earnings beat, and attractive fundamentals.
Bullish chart patterns and nearby support levels make the consumer services sector one to watch heading into the final months of 2019.
August saw an awful start with global markets in the red mainly due to renewed trade tensions. Such market and ETF activities could rule the market in August.
Walt Disney continued to dominate the film industry with a blockbuster opening weekend from The Lion King and a new milestone set by Avengers: Endgame.
As Trump announces tariffs on all imports from Mexico as a curb against illegal immigration, these ETFs and stocks could come under pressure.
The trade war between the United States and China is well into its second year. Since Jan. 22, 2018, American stocks have made two runs into all-time-high territory, but overall, they haven't made much progress. The Standard & Poor's 500-stock index is just 2% higher than when the trade conflict started.Now, uncertainty has returned, which means volatility has returned. So today, we'll look at some of the best exchange-traded funds (ETFs) to battle another round of trade jitters.On-again, off-again talks between the U.S. and China seemed headed toward a resolution for most of 2019 but hit a considerable wall in May. The U.S. accused China of walking back some of its agreements and raised tariffs on $200 billion in Chinese imports from 10% to 25%, prompting Beijing to retaliate with new and escalated tariffs of its own.Certain sectors have taken on hair-trigger demeanors. For instance, technology, which experts think could be heavily targeted in future rounds of tariffs, swings daily on the latest comings and goings out of Washington and Beijing. Semiconductor companies, many of which generate gobs of their sales from China, are among the most susceptible stocks.The best ETFs to buy if you want to beat back the trade war, then, avoid these sensitive industries and instead focus on businesses that should come out far less scathed than others. Here, we look at seven top funds from various corners of the market. SEE ALSO: The 19 Best ETFs for a Prosperous 2019
Rising consumer confidence bodes well for household spending in the coming months, and is expected to have a positive impact on the consumer discretionary sector, which attracts a major portion of consumer spending.
S&P 500 earnings reported so far have come with an earnings beat that is second highest in five years. These sector ETFs should benefit from this trend.
United States has proposed import tariffs on a host of EU products in reaction to its subsidies to Airbus. The move can hurt these ETFs and stocks.