UUP - Invesco DB US Dollar Bullish

NYSEArca - Nasdaq Real Time Price. Currency in USD
25.66
+0.07 (+0.27%)
As of 9:31AM EDT. Market open.
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Previous Close25.59
Open25.66
Bid25.64 x 38800
Ask25.65 x 40000
Day's Range25.64 - 25.66
52 Week Range23.09 - 25.66
Volume79,734
Avg. Volume1,122,357
Net Assets504.45M
NAV24.97
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
Yield0.09%
YTD Return3.95%
Beta (3y)10.63
Expense Ratio (net)0.76%
Inception Date2007-02-20
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  • Fed Impacts the US Dollar Index and Crude Oil
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    The US Dollar Index rose ~0.45% to ~94.95 on July 17. The index rose due to bullish comments from Fed Chair Jerome Powell about strong US economic growth. Active August WTI oil futures rose 0.03% to $68.08 per barrel on July 17. The appreciating US Dollar Index and the bearish drivers we discussed in Part 2 of this series might have limited the upside for oil prices.

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    The US Dollar Index rose ~0.1% to ~94.15 yesterday, while August WTI oil futures rose 0.4% to $74.11 per barrel. The appreciating US Dollar Index may have limited oil prices’ upside.

  • Does US Jobs Report Bode Well for Gold Prices?
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    The PowerShares DB US Dollar Index Bullish ETF (UUP), which provides exposure to the dollar’s futures contracts, has risen 3.3% year-to-date (or YTD) and 6.5% since late March. The recent run to safe-haven assets following the tariff announcements, in concert with the Fed’s hawkish tone, has supported the US dollar. The ECB’s (European Central Bank) tone was more dovish than expected in its last meeting, which supports the monetary policy divergence theory and favors the US dollar. While the rally in the US dollar might have dominated the foreign exchange markets for the last few months, that could be about to change.

  • Why Investors Should Take a Look at Gold in H2 2018
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    Gold prices have gone through a rough patch recently with prices closing near their seven-month lows. Gold is hitting lows despite many factors that are favoring its safe-haven status. Despite the escalation of trade war fears and political tensions in the European Union, gold prices have been trending lower. While these factors have helped gold, the US dollar is also attracting bids because of these factors, which has capped gold’s gains.