After all, Bank of America Corp. (NYSE: BAC) was the best performing stock of all 30 Dow Jones Industrial Average ... Today’s gains are enough to help the Financial Select Sector SPDR (NYSEMKT: XLF) hit new highs even though many …
Direxion's filing didn't include a ticker for the new fund, but the firm did say the fund will trade on the New York Stock Exchange and have an expense ratio of 0.65%. That's 30 basis points lower than what FAS and FAZ charge. The new …
mail" data-share-count="false"> It’s a bad day in the stock market, with the Dow down more than 3%. But “early March levels”? No. In early March, the Dow was a good thousand points lower than it is now, and the XLF index of financial …
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Let’s talk about the stock market, we have had this incredible rally late last ... What’s fascinating though is that you had this tremendous run-up in the financials ($XLF), Industrials ($XLI) and basic materials ($XLB), the classic trump trade.
Energy stocks have languished this year, with the Energy Select Sector SPDR ETF (XLE ... Golub writes that more recently energy stock valuations have "come back down to earth," thanks to robust earnings and sagging share prices.
Again Today on Financial Overhaul Bill - The U.S. Senate will take a second vote today on Democrats’ effort to overcome Republican objections and begin debate on financial-overhaul legislation. “What are you afraid of?” Majority Leader …
In one way, every stock and fund benefits if the US manages to dodge a default ... Financial Select Sector SPDR …
Yield]. The Financial Select Sector SPDR (XLF) is the best-known option for gaining exposure to the U.S. financial sector; a corner of the market that has been under a mountain of scrutiny in recent years. But despite our financial woes as a …
The Financial Select Sector SPDR ETF (XLF) surged 1.5% to close at 28.00, after gaining nearly 5% last week. On the attached weekly chart, the XLF has now surged above the top of the 9-year up-channel that originated off of the March …