UUP - PowerShares DB US Dollar Index Bullish Fund

NYSEArca - Nasdaq Real Time Price. Currency in USD
23.830
+0.110 (+0.464%)
As of 10:33AM EDT. Market open.
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Previous Close23.720
Open23.800
Bid23.830 x 89100
Ask23.840 x 131600
Day's Range23.800 - 23.845
52 Week Range23.090 - 25.760
Volume473,728
Avg. Volume1,251,625
Net Assets500.81M
NAV23.62
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
Yield0.00%
YTD Return-1.75%
Beta (3y)2.37
Expense Ratio (net)0.76%
Inception Date2007-02-20
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  • What to expect from the stock market this week
    Yahoo Finance Contributors2 days ago

    What to expect from the stock market this week

  • Will US Dollar Bulls Continue to Dominate This Week?
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    Will US Dollar Bulls Continue to Dominate This Week?

    The US dollar (UUP) gained some lost ground last week due to reduced risk aversion, rising bond yields, weak economic data from global peers, and higher commodity prices. The US dollar rallied after bond yields started to rise and the ten-year yield broke past the February 2018 high. Economic data from the US included an acceptable level of retail sales and an optimistic Federal Beige Book. The US Dollar Index closed above 90.0 for the first time in five weeks and posted a weekly gain of 0.65%.

  • US Crude Oil Didn’t Reach a New 3-Year High
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    On April 13–20, 2018, US crude oil June futures rose 1.6% and settled at $68.4 per barrel on April 20, 2018. During this period, US crude oil tracking ETFs and ETNs had the following returns: The United States 12 Month Oil ETF (USL) rose 1.9%. The PowerShares DB Oil ETF (DBO) rose 1.9%. The Credit Suisse X-Links WTI Crude Oil Index ETN (OIIL) rose 1.7%.

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  • Energy Sector Drove the S&P 500 on April 18
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    The S&P 500 rose ~0.1% to 2,708.64 on April 18, 2018. The index rose slightly due to bullish momentum in the energy and industrial sectors. Five out of ten major sectors in the S&P 500 rose on April 18, 2018.

  • Could the Japanese Yen Bounce Back This Week?
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  • US Dollar Index Will Impact Crude Oil Futures
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    US Dollar Index Will Impact Crude Oil Futures

    The US Dollar Index fell ~0.1% to 89.5 on April 10–17, 2018. WTI crude oil prices increased ~1.5% on April 10–17, 2018. The depreciating US Dollar Index helped oil prices during this period.

  • Analyzing Commodities and the S&P 500
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  • Why the British Pound Has Continued to Rally
    Market Realist4 days ago

    Why the British Pound Has Continued to Rally

    The British pound (FXB) appreciated by 1.1% against the US dollar (UUP) in the week ended April 13. The rise of the British pound despite soft economic data was because of hawkish comments from the Bank of England, which is expected to increase interest rates soon. While British equity markets (BWX) were impacted by increased trade war concerns, indexes managed to close in positive territory for a third consecutive week.

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  • How the European Central Bank Shortened the Euro’s Rally
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  • Will Currency Wars Move the US Dollar after Trade War Concerns?
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    Will Currency Wars Move the US Dollar after Trade War Concerns?

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  • How Fall of the Dollar Is Impacting Precious Metals and Miners
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    How Fall of the Dollar Is Impacting Precious Metals and Miners

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  • Commodities and the S&P 500 Were Mixed on April 16
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    Commodities and the S&P 500 Were Mixed on April 16

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  • US Crude Oil Could Move above $70
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    On April 6–13, 2018, US crude oil May futures rose 8.6%—the largest weekly gain since July 28, 2017. On April 13, 2018, US crude oil May futures settled at $67.39 per barrel—the highest closing level for US crude oil active futures in more than three years.

  • Commodities and the S&P 500 Advanced on April 12
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    The S&P 500 rose ~0.8% to 2,663.99 on April 12, 2018, due to optimism about strong 1Q18 earnings results. Six out of the 11 major sectors in the S&P 500 rose on April 12, 2018.

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  • Why Soft March Payrolls Aren’t a Weak Sign for the Economy
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  • Key Takeaways from the March FOMC Meeting Minutes
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    The last FOMC (Federal Open Market Committee) meeting was on March 20–21, 2018. At the meeting, the target range for the federal funds rate increased 0.25% to 1.50%–1.75%. The decision to increase the rate was made after Fed members assessed current economic conditions and the outlook for economic activity. The decision to increase the interest rates was unanimous.

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  • US Dollar Index: Key Bullish Driver for Crude Oil Futures?
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    The US Dollar Index depreciated ~0.7% to 89.5 on April 3–10, 2018. WTI crude oil prices increased ~3.2% on April 3–10, 2018. The depreciating US Dollar Index supported oil prices during the same period.

  • What Global News Does to Gold and Miners
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    What Global News Does to Gold and Miners

    The overall volatility in the markets has played a vital role in determining the directional move for precious metals. Gold and silver rose on Tuesday, April 10, 2018, possibly due to reports of a poison gas attack in Syria and the ongoing trade war fears between China and the United States. The equities market in Asia also lagged on Tuesday, which could have prompted some haven bids for precious metals. Often, gold is known to diverge from the broader stock markets.

  • Are Commodities and the S&P 500 Moving in the Same Direction?
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    Are Commodities and the S&P 500 Moving in the Same Direction?

    The S&P 500 rose ~1.7% to 2,656.87 on April 10, 2018, due to growing optimism that the US and China could resolve the trade conflict without damaging the global economy. On April 10, 2018, China’s president promised to cut import tariffs. Nine out of the 11 major sectors in the S&P 500 rose on April 10, 2018.

  • Recap: S&P 500 and Commodities’ Price Action on April 9
    Market Realist13 days ago

    Recap: S&P 500 and Commodities’ Price Action on April 9

    The S&P 500 rose ~0.3% to 2,613.16 on April 9, 2018, due to the expectation of easing trade war tension between the US and China. The index pared gains in the evening after the FBI raided Michael Cohen’s office—President Trump’s lawyer. Six out of the 11 major sectors in the S&P 500 rose on April 9, 2018.

  • How the US Tariff Plan Impacted the US Dollar
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    How the US Tariff Plan Impacted the US Dollar

    Earlier in this series, we discussed the impact of the Federal Reserve’s rate hike on the US dollar (UUP). The Trump administration is looking into the huge US trade deficit. In 2017, the US trade deficit in goods was $796.0 billion in 2017, of which $342.0 billion was attributed to China.