KOL - VanEck Vectors Coal ETF

NYSEArca - NYSEArca Delayed Price. Currency in USD
+0.03 (+0.23%)
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Previous Close10.74
Bid0.00 x 1000
Ask0.00 x 1100
Day's Range0.00 - 0.00
52 Week Range
Avg. Volume25,301
Net Assets36.33M
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
YTD Daily Total Return-14.38%
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.07
Expense Ratio (net)0.60%
Inception Date2008-01-10
  • ETF Trends

    For The Daring, This Coal ETF Beckons

    The coal industry has fallen on hard times and plenty of market observers are content to write obituaries for a business that was once a cornerstone of domestic power generation. Down more than 13% this ...

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    U.S. Manufacturing Shrinks: Sector ETFs That Grew

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  • Worst Sector ETFs of August

    Worst Sector ETFs of August

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    ETF Of The Week: Quirky Steel Fund

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  • Benzinga

    Britain Goes Full Week Without Coal Power

    For the first time in a century, Britain weaned itself off of coal consumption for an entire week. Reuters reported  that Britain went seven days without relying on any power generated by coal-powered ...

  • ETF Trends

    Exports Could Lift VanEck Coal ETF

    The VanEck Vectors Coal ETF (KOL) is up nearly 9% this year, lagging broad equity benchmarks, but there is perhaps an under-appreciated element to the coal story. Compounding woes for the U.S. coal industry are the declining costs associated with alternative energy sources, such as solar. “The availability of plentiful and cheap natural gas has had a dramatic impact on electricity generation in the U.S.,” according to FactSet.

  • Benzinga

    Still Some Lumps With The Coal ETF

    Declining costs for alternative energy coupled with countries and states pushing for increased use of clean energy sources are among the factors weighing on the global coal industry. Much of that jump was accumulated from mid-2016 through 2017, indicating KOL responded positively to Donald Trump taking the White House in November 2016. On the 2016 campaign trail, Trump promised to rejuvenate the U.S. coal industry.

  • ETF Trends

    Surprising Dividend Play With Hot Coal ETF ‘KOL’

    Shares of coal miners have had a rough go of it over the past year. The VanEck Vectors Coal ETF (KOL) is lower by nearly 16% over the past 12 months, but there is at least one bright spot when it comes to investing in coal miners: these companies are rewarding investors with buybacks and dividends. “U.S. coal companies returned almost $3.7 billion in dividends and buybacks to shareholders in the 12 months through September, and S&P Global Ratings expects more of the same this year.

  • How Does Vale Plan to Unlock Value in Coal?
    Market Realist

    How Does Vale Plan to Unlock Value in Coal?

    For 2018, Vale is guiding for 12 million tons of coal production, which implies flat growth year-over-year. Building a buffer: Vale is building a buffer stockpile to increase availability. Most coal companies (KOL) including Peabody Energy (BTU), Westmoreland Coal (WLB), and Alliance Resource Partners (ARLP) are facing challenges due to falling coal demand.