XLI - Industrial Select Sector SPDR® Fund

NYSEArca - NYSEArca Delayed Price. Currency in USD
75.93
-0.21 (-0.28%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT

76.25 +0.33 (0.43%)
Pre-Market: 9:25AM EDT

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Previous Close76.14
Open76.04
Bid75.72 x 500
Ask76.30 x 500
Day's Range75.42 - 76.24
52 Week Range64.65 - 80.96
Volume12,515,388
Avg. Volume15,300,435
Net Assets12.76B
NAV74.30
PE Ratio (TTM)340.49
Yield1.81%
YTD Return-1.43%
Beta (3y)0.89
Expense Ratio (net)0.14%
Inception Date1998-12-16
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    Another Indicator Signaling Rising Inflation

    The US Bureau of Labor Statistics releases a monthly report that tracks price trends in wholesale markets. Industries from the manufacturing sector (XLI) are surveyed for changes in input prices, and this survey data is used to construct the PPI (Producer Price Index). The survey comprises questions on raw material prices, production levels, and finished goods.

  • 3M Could Beat Analysts’ Earnings Estimates in 1Q18
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    3M Could Beat Analysts’ Earnings Estimates in 1Q18

    3M (MMM) is expected to post an adjusted EPS (earnings per share) of $2.51 in 1Q18—an increase of 16.2% compared to 1Q17. In 1Q17, 3M reported an adjusted EPS of $2.16. If 3M can beat Wall Street analysts’ expectations, it would continue its trend of beating the estimates in every quarter last year.

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  • Can 1Q18 Earnings Help SWK’s Stock Price Bounce Back?
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  • Honeywell’s Stock Performance since Its 4Q17 Earnings Release
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  • Can CSX Deliver on Its Operating Margins in 1Q18?
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    Can CSX Deliver on Its Operating Margins in 1Q18?

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  • Barrons.com7 days ago

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  • Why Soft March Payrolls Aren’t a Weak Sign for the Economy
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    The non-farm payrolls for March rose by 103,000, which was below the consensus expectation of 193,000 jobs being added and way below the February number of 326,000 jobs. The unemployment rate for March remained unchanged at 4.1%.

  • What Led to Increase in US Trade Deficit in February?
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  • Berkshire’s BNSF Can Gain from Trump’s Manufacturing Push
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  • Why Kansas City Southern’s Railcar Traffic Fell in Week 13
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    Why Kansas City Southern’s Railcar Traffic Fell in Week 13

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  • Comparing Union Pacific’s Railcar Volumes in Week 13
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    The largest US Class I railroad, Union Pacific (UNP), saw its carload traffic fall 2.7% in Week 13 of 2018. The company moved ~92,000 railcars that week, compared with ~94,500 railcars in the same week last year. Whereas UNP’s carload traffic fell, rival BNSF Railway’s (BRK.B) carload traffic grew 7.3%, and US railroads (XLI) overall saw carload traffic growth.

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  • How Increasing Manufacturing Worker Hours Affects the US Economy
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  • What Are the Reasons behind Improved Projections for US GDP?
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  • What to Make of the Rebound in the Final Estimate for 4Q17 GDP
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  • Should Investors Expect GE to Further Cut Its Dividends?
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    Should Investors Expect GE to Further Cut Its Dividends?

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  • Barrons.com24 days ago

    5 Industrial Stocks Selling at Bargain Prices

    Tariffs can lead to trade wars, and the threat of trade wars scares markets, as we've seen in recent weeks. Davis argues that lower price/earnings ratios on stocks are to be expected, as tariffs add risk, but that's more of a near-term issue. Over the next six to 12 months, a very different picture could emerge: One option is a global recession, but the other is that industries shake off tariffs and the cycle gets back on its upward trajectory "with potentially more upcycle juice than we even had before." Davis argues that China has more reasons to work with the U.S. than against it.