|Bid||0.00 x 800|
|Ask||0.00 x 800|
|Day's Range||282.09 - 284.20|
|52 Week Range||233.76 - 294.95|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.00|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.09%|
Trump Says People of India Are Lucky to Have Prime Minister ModiIndian politicsIndia—the world’s largest democracy and second-most-populous country recently underwent its massive electoral process to choose its prime minister. In 2014, India
With the return of trade war fears, the Wall Street is likely to post losses for the first time in May in seven years. Investors could easily tap the opportune moment by going short on the S&P 500 Index.
Oil and Broader Market Dragged the Energy Portfolio(Continued from Prior Part)Correlation with US crude oilOn May 16–23, major energy ETFs had the following correlations with US crude oil active futures:the Energy Select Sector SPDR ETF (XLE):
The decade-long bull market in stocks — and particularly the rally from the December low — has created a horde of disgruntled bears lurking for a chance to scare. In fact, bears may finally be just one step away from staging a revenge move. A sustained trade below 2,800 would give bears an opportunity to take revenge.
Several of the most respected investment strategists on Wall Street say that, despite trade war worries, stocks will end 2019 with big gains.
Oil and Broader Market Dragged the Energy PortfolioOil dragged energy stocks lowerOn May 16, US crude oil June futures fell 5.7% and settled at $57.91 per barrel—the biggest daily decline for active US crude oil futures since December 24. A 1.2%
These strategies for protecting portfolios in the face of an escalating U.S.-China trade war are increasing in popularity.
Trade War Subdues Manufacturing PMIs around the World(Continued from Prior Part)US PMIIHS Markit released its May PMI data for the United States today. The release showed that the composite output index, which gauges output from both the
The money market is anticipating a cut in the fed funds rate sometime in 2019, itself an indicator that recessionary risks are rising.
A month-and-a-half since the first phase of polling began and seven phases of polling were held between April 21 and May 19 in 542 constituencies across 29 states and seven union territories, India's parliamentary election results are being announced. The National Democratic Alliance, or NDA — with Modi's BJP as the lead party — has won or is leading in 353 of the 542 constituencies.
Financial firms that expected on a fast resolution are turning bearish as the trade war rages on with no end in sight.
Earnings of the S&P 600 are down 18.3% year over year so far on 3.1% revenue growth, with 57.1% beating EPS estimates and 56.3% surpassing top-line expectations.
Trade War: Should You Still Sell in May and Go Away?Sell in MayHistorically, May has not been a positive month for equity investors, which is why the “sell in May and go away” phrase became popular. So far, “sell in May” proponents seem to
Fed Takes a Calmer Stance on Rate Hikes in 2019Fed’s stance on hiking rates this year The Fed released the minutes from the May 1–2 FOMC meeting on May 20. After taking an aggressive approach to rate hikes since 2015, the Fed has decided to
As the top buyer of Chinese-made goods and the biggest economy on earth, the U.S. has the upper hand in the trade conflict, Shilling argues.
The terms "bull" and "bear" market is used to describe how stock markets are doing. A bull market is favorable and rises in value, while a bear declines.
After years of sagging performance, more active investment managers are now beating their benchmarks, capitalizing on trade-induced volatility.
The stock market is closed on Memorial Day, but it's open as usual the Friday before Memorial Day. However, the bond market closes early ahead of the holiday weekend.
Could Trump and Xi Jinping Prove Warren Buffett Wrong?Warren BuffettOver the last couple of weeks, we’ve seen the US-China trade war escalate after months of hectic discussions. Negotiators from the two countries have held eight rounds of talks
US-China Trade War: Is the Federal Reserve Ready for a 'Match'?US-China trade warJames Bullard, the President of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, has made a case for a rate cut given the low inflation. Today, Bullard said in Hong Kong that
Oil Prices: Will the Risk Premium Evaporate?Oil prices and broader market divergedOn May 21, US crude oil July futures fell 0.1% and settled at $63.13 per barrel despite a 0.8% gain in the S&P 500 Index (SPY). Based on the API’s data on May