|Bid||0.00 x 0|
|Ask||0.00 x 0|
|Day's Range||50.17 - 50.21|
|52 Week Range||50.17 - 50.57|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.08%|
The Leading Credit Index is an economic model that's modeled on the performance of six major financial market instruments.
The Conference Board LCI (Leading Credit Index), a constituent of the LEI (Leading Economic Index), is constructed based on the performance of six financial market instruments. These components track lending…...
The Conference Board Leading Credit Index (or LCI), which tracks lending conditions in the economy, is reported monthly. The index has six constituents: 2-Year Swap Spread (SHY) (real time) LIBOR1…
A failure to raise the debt ceiling will likely result in a US government shutdown and a default by the US, which would be catastrophic for the global economy and financial markets (VTI) (USMV).
The Leading Credit Index is one of the constituents of The Conference Board Leading Economic Index (or LEI), which is reported by The Conference Board on a monthly basis.
In this series, we'll analyze Fed members' comments in June 2017 to better understand their outlooks on the US economy and how they justify their hawkish or dovish stances.
US Treasuries (GOVT) had another roller coaster ride this week due in part to the conflicting views from Fed members and weaker-than-expected economic data.
Yields in the shorter timeframe such as the two-year yield (SHY) and T-notes (SCHO) are rising more than the ten-year or the 30-year (TLT) yields.
The US unemployment rate is close to the desired 4.5% and inflation has moved closer to the Fed’s target rate of 2.0%.
The US ten-year yield fell to 2.1% after the weak US data report, US inflation showed a decline of 0.1%, and retail sales fell by 0.3% for May 2017.