|Bid||40.45 x 47300|
|Ask||40.62 x 34100|
|Day's Range||40.47 - 40.72|
|52 Week Range||37.85 - 48.93|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.14|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.74%|
Stocks and ETFs Recover as Trump Eases Up on ChinaThe broader-market recoveryToday, the US stock market was on a path of recovery after starting the week on a bearish note yesterday. At 2:05 PM EDT, the S&P 500 Index, NASDAQ Composite Index,
Trump in Damage Control Mode, US Eases Ban on HuaweiUS eases ban on HuaweiThe US seems to have eased the trade restrictions on Huawei. On May 20, the Department of Commerce issued a three-month license to Huawei. The license allows the company to
Emerging Asia: Chinese Indexes Recover, Indian Indexes Shed GainsThe United States eases restrictions on HuaweiGiven the new (mostly negative) trade war drama that’s been unfolding every day for the last couple of weeks, it was like a breath of
Morgan Stanley: This Move by Trump Could Trigger a RecessionThe broader market sell-off continuesOn May 20, the US stock market continued to fall after ending the previous couple of weeks in negative territory. In the weeks that ended on May 17 and
Fourteen months after President Donald Trump said trade wars "are easy to win," investors are still dealing with market weakness and volatility as the trade dispute between the U.S. and China ...
On May 8, the bond market raised a red flag to investors that demand for U.S. Treasuries could drop low enough to create a spike in yields. Bids for the monthly U.S. Treasury auction of 10-year notes exceeded the offering by only 2.17 times, the lowest demand at a monthly auction since 2009, according to Bloomberg. Ten-year Treasury yields are currently at just 2.4 percent, near their lowest levels of the past year.
Chinese Indexes Fall while Indian Indexes Rise TodayNo end in sight?Yesterday, the Shanghai Composite gained even though the trade war seemed to be intensifying with Trump adding Huawei to the banned companies’ list. Department of Treasury data
Semiconductor Stocks Fall as Trump Imposes Ban on HuaweiTrump imposes a ban on Huawei Semiconductor stocks fell once again as President Trump played another card in the United States’ trade war with China. Trump declared a national emergency,
May 16 Update: Trade War Turns to Treasuries and HuaweiTrade War escalatesThe trade war between the US and China is getting nastier. Yesterday, President Trump signed an executive order prohibiting US companies from using communication technology
BAML Survey: Downside Expected, but Not a Trade-Talk Breakdown(Continued from Prior Part)Trade war the biggest tail riskIn Bank of America Merrill Lynch’s May 2019 survey, the trade war took first place as the biggest tail risk, according to
BAML Survey: Downside Expected, but Not a Trade-Talk Breakdown(Continued from Prior Part)Investors’ expectations of a Fed rate cutAccording to the Bank of America Merrill Lynch survey for May, most fund managers believe the Fed could cut interest
Has Trump’s Tariff Tone Softened after Monday’s Market Mayhem?Candid, constructive, and inconclusive On Friday, US indexes rose after Trump’s tweet calling the talks “candid and constructive.” However, the United States and China ended
Most APAC Markets Recover on US Optimism, China's Stimulus HopesChinese stocks gainMarkets eased today as President Donald Trump called the US-China trade war “a little squabble” and tweeted that the deal would happen “much faster than people
China's foreign ministry spokesman Geng Shuang said Wednesday he hoped the U.S. would stop using national security as a pretext and create a "fair environment" for Chinese companies, according to a Reuters report. Shuang is responding to a question on expectations for U.S. President Donald Trump to sign an executive order this week barring U.S. companies from using telecoms equipment made by firms posing a national security risk and more specifically from using equipment manufactured by China's Huawei.
May 14: Indian Indexes Gain, Other Asian Markets Stay in the RedChina retaliatesThe trade war just got nastier with China announcing more tariffs on imports from the United States. China said $60 billion worth of US imports will face tariffs of up
Stocks careened lower again Monday as trade tensions between the U.S. and China appear no closer to cooling off than they did earlier this month. The trade flap between the world's two largest economies is taking its toll on US-listed China exchange traded funds. For example, the iShares China Large-Cap ETF (FXI) , one of the largest China ETFs trading in the U.S., closed 3.26 percent on Monday.
US-China Trade War Might Cause Semiconductor CasualtiesThe United States imposes a new round of tariffs on Chinese imports The US-China (FXI) trade war has entered its second year, and things are once again heating up after a cool period. The trade
May 13 Update: Inconclusive Trade Talks Take Asian Stocks DownRecovery followed by a fallAfter recovering spectacularly by over 3% on May 10, the Shanghai Composite Index fell again today—its third loss in the last five trading days. The
Investors received more bad news Monday morning as an escalation of the trade war between the U.S. and China drove stocks even lower following a horrible performance last week. Last week, President Trump announced the U.S. would be raising tariffs on $200 billion of Chinese imports from 10 percent to 25 percent. On Monday, the Chinese Finance Ministry said China will be retaliating by raising tariffs on $60 billion of U.S. goods from 10 percent to 25 percent starting on June 1.
The SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust (NYSE: SPY) is down more than 3 percent in the week since President Donald Trump said the U.S. would more than double tariffs on $200 billion in Chinese imports from 10 percent to 25 percent. Tariffs will bring in FAR MORE wealth to our Country than even a phenomenal deal of the traditional kind.
APAC: Will It Be Endgame or an Infinity War for Trump and Liu?Rise of the fallenThis week was brutal for Chinese and Hong Kong markets until May 9. It all started with President Donald Trump’s tweets on May 5 announcing tariffs on $200 billion
With two tweets, and some tongue wagging from his staff, President Donald Trump threw a hatchet in the stock market rally this week, triggering fears that the trade war with China may not be resolved as expected. Complicating matters are Iranian threats to alter a nuclear treaty that limited its weapon-grade uranium enrichment production unless some trade restrictions are eased. Anyone who feels compelled to take action should consider monetizing the fear that now defines the options market.
May 9 Asia-Pacific Update: All Eyes on Renewed Trade TalksChina developmentsOn May 8, President Donald Trump unleashed a fresh Twitter attack on China and the US Democrats. His tweet said that China might be trying to renegotiate the trade deal
Tom Lydon of ETF Trends.com and Alfred Eskandar of Salt Financial, join CNBC's "ETF Edge' to discuss whether the U.S.-China trade tensions are making the emerging markets an attractive investment.