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Utilities Select Sector SPDR® Fund (XLU)

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51.03 + 0.35 (+0.69%)
As of 1:04PM EDT. Market open.
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Previous Close 50.68
Open 50.73
Bid 50.97 x 4500
Ask 50.98 x 12600
Day's Range 50.50 - 51.03
52 Week Range 47.37 - 57.23
Volume 4,656,239
Avg. Volume 18,739,883
Net Assets 7.13B
NAV 50.52
PE Ratio (TTM) 8.41
Yield 3.47%
YTD Return -3.34%
Beta (3y) 0.19
Expense Ratio (net) 0.14%
Inception Date 1998-12-16
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  • NRG Energy’s Target Prices before Its 1Q18 Earnings
    Market Realist 6 hours ago

    NRG Energy’s Target Prices before Its 1Q18 Earnings

    Based on the mean target price given by Wall Street analysts, NRG Energy (NRG) stock offers a potential upside of 17% for the next 12 months. Analysts have given NRG Energy a mean target price of $36.5—compared to its current market price of $31.2.

  • What NRG Energy’s Chart Indicators Suggest
    Market Realist 22 hours ago

    What NRG Energy’s Chart Indicators Suggest

    Currently, NRG Energy (NRG) stock is trading 8% above its 50-day average and 16% above its 200-day moving average. The stock’s large premium above its key support levels highlights its strength. NRG Energy’s 50-day moving average of ~$29.0 will likely act as a near-term support. NRG Energy is trading at $31.2 as of April 23.

  • Comparing NRG Energy’s Valuation to Its Peers
    Market Realist yesterday

    Comparing NRG Energy’s Valuation to Its Peers

    Currently, NRG Energy (NRG) is trading at an EV-to-EBITDA (enterprise value to earnings before interest, tax, depreciation, and amortization) valuation of ~12x—compared to its five-year historical average valuation of 11x. NRG Energy stock appears to be trading at a premium compared to its historical average.

  • Will NRG Energy Beat 1Q18 Earnings Estimates?
    Market Realist yesterday

    Will NRG Energy Beat 1Q18 Earnings Estimates?

    NRG Energy (NRG), a leading merchant power company, is scheduled to report its 1Q18 earnings on May 3. According to Wall Street analysts, NRG Energy is estimated to report an EPS (earnings per share) of $0.26 for the quarter ending on March 31. In the same quarter last year, the company reported an EPS of -$0.51.

  • These S&P 500 Utility Stocks Offer the Most Potential Upside
    Market Realist yesterday

    These S&P 500 Utility Stocks Offer the Most Potential Upside

    Weekly Review: What Could Power On Utility Stocks? NRG Energy (NRG), the leading merchant power player stock and one of the smallest components of the S&P 500 Utilities Index (XLU), has a mean price target of $36.50 against its current market price of $31.20, which indicates a potential upside of more than 17% for the next 12 months. Deutsche Bank raised NRG’s price target from $40.0 to $44.0 last week.

  • These Sectors Drove Industrial Production Higher in March
    Market Realist yesterday

    These Sectors Drove Industrial Production Higher in March

    Are Tax Cuts and Deregulation Boosting Industrial Production? The Federal Reserve released the March industrial production report last week. The report indicated that industrial production rose 0.5% in March as compared to stellar growth of 1.1% in February.

  • How Top Utilities Are Currently Valued
    Market Realist yesterday

    How Top Utilities Are Currently Valued

    Dominion Energy (D), the third-biggest utility by market capitalization, appears to be trading at a discounted valuation to its historical average. Dominion Energy is trading at a PE (price-to-earnings) multiple of 20x, while its five-year average PE multiple is close to 24x.

  • Why Rising Treasury Yields Could Be Bad News for Utility Stocks
    Market Realist 2 days ago

    Why Rising Treasury Yields Could Be Bad News for Utility Stocks

    Weekly Review: What Could Power On Utility Stocks? As we discussed previously, the ten-year Treasury yield has risen significantly this year and peaked at 3.0% last week, its highest level in the last four years. Rising interest rates are a double whammy for utility investors.

  • Benzinga 2 days ago

    3% Treasury Yield Triggers Puzzling Market Reaction

    Ten-year U.S. Treasury yields hit 3 percent on Tuesday for the first time since 2014, but the stock market hasn’t initially reacted the way investors might expect. What Happened The 10-year Treasury yield ...

  • What’s Next for Utilities as Treasury Yields Near Historic High?
    Market Realist 2 days ago

    What’s Next for Utilities as Treasury Yields Near Historic High?

    Treasury yields surged last week on better-than-expected economic data. The ten-year Treasury yield touched 3.0%, which was its highest level since January 2014. The strength in the yields can be seen as negative for stocks, particularly utilities. Utility stocks and Treasury yields generally trade inversely to each other.