XME - SPDR S&P Metals and Mining ETF

NYSEArca - NYSEArca Delayed Price. Currency in USD
35.73
-0.22 (-0.61%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT
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Previous Close35.95
Open35.95
Bid0.00 x 900
Ask0.00 x 800
Day's Range35.53 - 36.16
52 Week Range29.68 - 39.62
Volume1,288,169
Avg. Volume2,273,160
Net Assets855.9M
NAV35.51
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
Yield2.11%
YTD Return-1.36%
Beta (3y)1.31
Expense Ratio (net)0.35%
Inception Date2006-06-19
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  • Falling Commodity Prices Could Bother US Investors
    Market Realist11 hours ago

    Falling Commodity Prices Could Bother US Investors

    Although US steel prices and physical aluminum premiums have spiked this year after the Section 232 tariffs, metal prices have been largely subdued. Recently, seaborne iron ore prices fell to a multi-month low. Aluminum, zinc, and copper have also come under pressure amid concerns about the US-China trade war. Gold (GLD), which is generally seen as a safe-haven asset, has also been subdued. However, energy prices (XLE) have shown strength amid supply-side concerns due to looming Iran sanctions.

  • Commodities Are Mixed in the Early Hours on July 16
    Market Realist16 hours ago

    Commodities Are Mixed in the Early Hours on July 16

    Crude oil lost strength last week and declined for the second consecutive trading week. Carrying forward the weakness, crude oil opened lower on July 16. In the early hours on Monday, crude oil was trading with weakness at three-week low price levels.

  • Commodities Are Weak in the Early Hours on July 13
    Market Realist4 days ago

    Commodities Are Weak in the Early Hours on July 13

    After pulling back last week, crude oil started this week on a stable note and declined as the week progressed. Following a weak performance for two days, crude oil started Friday on a weaker note and declined to three-week low price levels in the early hours.

  • Commodities Are Weak in the Early Hours on July 10
    Market Realist7 days ago

    Commodities Are Weak in the Early Hours on July 10

    After a brief pullback last week, crude oil started this week on a stable note by closing higher on Monday. Maintaining the strength, crude oil opened stronger on Tuesday and moved towards the highest levels traded since November 2014 in the early hours.

  • Commodities Are Strong Early on July 9
    Market Realist8 days ago

    Commodities Are Strong Early on July 9

    Crude oil pulled back last week and broke the two-week gaining streak. Crude oil regained strength on Friday but didn’t close the week higher. On Monday, crude oil opened higher and was trading with mixed sentiment in the early hours.

  • Commodities Are Weak in the Early Hours on July 6
    Market Realist11 days ago

    Commodities Are Weak in the Early Hours on July 6

    After gaining for two consecutive trading weeks, crude oil started this week on a stronger note. However, crude oil lost strength as the week progressed. On Friday, crude oil started on a weaker note and was trading at one-week low price levels in the early hours.

  • Commodities Are Weak in the Early Hours on July 5
    Market Realist12 days ago

    Commodities Are Weak in the Early Hours on July 5

    Crude oil started this week on a stronger note and moved higher as the week progressed. However, crude oil lost momentum and closed flat on Wednesday. Carrying forward the weakness, crude oil opened lower on Thursday and was trading with mixed sentiment in the early hours.

  • Commodities Rise amid Supply Outages and the Softer Dollar
    Market Realist14 days ago

    Commodities Rise amid Supply Outages and the Softer Dollar

    Crude oil closed higher last week and clocked the second consecutive weekly gain. Carrying forward the strength, crude oil moved higher on Monday and started this week on a stronger note. In the early hours on Tuesday, crude oil opened higher and was trading at the highest levels since November 2014.

  • Should Investors Be Hoping for a Reinstatement in CLF’s Dividends?
    Market Realist18 days ago

    Should Investors Be Hoping for a Reinstatement in CLF’s Dividends?

    Not long ago, investors were worried about whether Cleveland-Cliffs (CLF) would remain solvent enough to repay its debts. CLF ended Q1 2018 with net debt of ~$1.3 billion, which is its lowest level in the last six years. Its net debt at the end of 4Q 2016 was $1.8 billion.

  • Commodities Are Stable in the Early Hours on June 29
    Market Realist18 days ago

    Commodities Are Stable in the Early Hours on June 29

    Crude oil closed at 3.5-year high price levels on June 29 and gained for the third consecutive day. However, crude oil started Friday on a mixed note. Crude oil was trading at elevated levels in the early hours.

  • Copper and Gold Are Pressured by the Strong Dollar
    Market Realist19 days ago

    Copper and Gold Are Pressured by the Strong Dollar

    Crude oil started this week on a mixed note, regained strength, and moved higher as the week progressed. On Thursday, crude oil opened the day on a stronger note and was trading at 3.5-year high price levels.

  • China’s Credit Growth Shrank Again in May: What Does It Mean?
    Market Realist19 days ago

    China’s Credit Growth Shrank Again in May: What Does It Mean?

    Can Iron Ore Prices Break Their Trading Range and Rise in H2 2018? Aggregate financing in China (MCHI), which reflects the total funds provided by a financial system to its non-financial sectors and households, slumped significantly in May compared to the previous month. The financing stood at 761 billion yuan in May, from ~1.56 trillion yuan in April.

  • Will Tax Cut Tailwinds Continue to Help Durable Goods Orders?
    Market Realist19 days ago

    Will Tax Cut Tailwinds Continue to Help Durable Goods Orders?

    Durable goods orders, a key economic indicator, are the new orders placed with domestic manufacturers for delivery of high-value factory hard goods. The US Census Bureau conducts its “Manufacturers’ Shipments, Inventories, and Orders” survey and publishes the durable goods orders data. A total of 3,000 American manufacturers from 92 different industries are surveyed for this report.

  • Commodities Are Mixed Early on June 27
    Market Realist20 days ago

    Commodities Are Mixed Early on June 27

    After pulling back on Monday, crude oil regained strength and closed Tuesday at four-week high price levels. Carrying forward the strength, crude oil started June 27 on a stronger note. Crude oil was trading at elevated levels in the early hours.

  • Does China’s Iron Ore Imports Rebound Bode Well for Prices?
    Market Realist21 days ago

    Does China’s Iron Ore Imports Rebound Bode Well for Prices?

    China consumes more than 70% of seaborne-traded iron ore. It’s therefore imperative for iron ore investors to track the country’s demand and outlook to gauge iron ore’s outlook. After increasing by 0.8% YoY (year-over-year) in April, China’s iron ore imports grew 2.9% YoY to 94.1 million tons, which also implies growth of 13.5% sequentially.

  • Commodities Are Weak in the Early Hours on June 26
    Market Realist21 days ago

    Commodities Are Weak in the Early Hours on June 26

    After regaining strength last week, crude oil declined on Monday and started this week on a weaker note. However, crude oil opened higher on June 26 and was trading with strength in the early hours.

  • What the New Wave of Mine Approvals Means for Iron Ore Prices
    Market Realist21 days ago

    What the New Wave of Mine Approvals Means for Iron Ore Prices

    Can Iron Ore Prices Break Their Trading Range and Rise in H2 2018? The seaborne iron ore industry has been plagued with overcapacity for the last few years as miners approved new mines at the peak of the commodity cycle with a view that China’s breakneck pace of economic growth will continue. This was the major reason for pressure on iron ore prices, which went from ~$200 per ton at the peak in 2011 to ~$35 per ton in 2016.

  • Can Steel End Users Expect Respite from Trump Administration?
    Market Realist21 days ago

    Can Steel End Users Expect Respite from Trump Administration?

    Are President Trump’s Efforts to Save Steel Worth the Pain? As noted in the previous article, US steel prices have skyrocketed to a decade high. While higher steel prices could lift the earnings of steel companies like Nucor (NUE), ArcelorMittal (MT), U.S. Steel (X), and AK Steel (AKS), they are negative for downstream steel users.

  • Can Iron Ore Prices Break Their Trading Range and Rise?
    Market Realist21 days ago

    Can Iron Ore Prices Break Their Trading Range and Rise?

    Iron ore prices have been losing lately due to the general pressure on commodities following the escalation of trade war tensions. But, overall, prices have traded in a narrow range of $64–$68 per ton, as is evident in the graph below.

  • Are President Trump’s Efforts to Save Steel Worth the Pain?
    Market Realist21 days ago

    Are President Trump’s Efforts to Save Steel Worth the Pain?

    Earlier this year, President Trump imposed a 25% tariff on steel imports. The tariffs were imposed under Section 232 of the Trade Expansion Act of 1962 after the Commerce Department’s investigation found that steel imports are a threat to US national security. The tariffs have led to a spike in US steel prices with the benchmark HRC (or hot roll coil) prices now quoted at the highest level since 2008.

  • Commodities Are Mixed Early on June 25
    Market Realist22 days ago

    Commodities Are Mixed Early on June 25

    Crude oil closed higher last week and broke the four-week losing streak. However, crude oil started Monday on a mixed note and was trading with mixed sentiment in the early hours.

  • Commodities Are Strong, Dollar Pulls Back on June 22
    Market Realist25 days ago

    Commodities Are Strong, Dollar Pulls Back on June 22

    After a strong performance on Wednesday, crude oil opened lower on Thursday and closed the day with losses. However, crude oil started Friday on a stronger note. Crude oil was trading with strength at one-week high price levels in the early hours.

  • Commodities Are Weak Early on June 21
    Market Realist26 days ago

    Commodities Are Weak Early on June 21

    After a brief pullback on Tuesday, crude oil regained strength on Wednesday and closed the day higher. Maintaining the strength, crude oil opened higher on June 21. However, crude oil lost its strength and pulled back in the early hours.

  • Commodities Are Mixed Early on June 20
    Market Realist27 days ago

    Commodities Are Mixed Early on June 20

    Crude oil started this week on a stronger note by rising on Monday. However, crude oil pulled back on Tuesday. Crude oil started June 20 on a stable note and moved higher in the early hours.

  • Commodities Are Mixed Early on June 19
    Market Realist28 days ago

    Commodities Are Mixed Early on June 19

    After declining for four consecutive trading weeks, crude oil started this week on a stronger note by rising on Monday. Carrying forward the strength, crude oil opened higher on June 19. However, crude oil lost strength and was trading with mixed sentiment in the early hours amid the strong dollar.