Which industry sectors have benefited most from the trend of lower rates? Our chart below plots the Utilities Sector SPDR (NYSEARCA:XLU) versus the 10-year yield on U.S. Treasuries (ChicagoOptions:^TNX). You’ll note the 27% decline in …
A beta of 0.5 means the stock is less volatile and should only move 5% under the same circumstances. The blue line tracks the S&P 500, and the green line shows what XLU should have done according to its historical beta. The …
On CNBC's Fast Money, Tim Seymour said that he would sell Utilities SPDR ETF (NYSE: XLU). He explained that traders were buying ... because he believes that the stock moved too fast to $480.93. He likes the company but thinks that the …
These XLU positions are well placed to take advantage of that,” said Victor Schiller, president of stock and options research firm Investors Observer in Virginia. “As the power companies that are part of the XLU ETF generate more …
The Utilities Select Sector SPDR (NYSE: XLU) is the key ETF for the sector ... Analysts have a consensus target of …
Continue Reading Below With the year already half over, sexy stocks of the day like Netflix (NasdaqGS:NFLX), Tesla (NasdaqGS:TSLA), and Workday (WDAY) are all underperforming relative to the broader U.S. stock market ... SPDR …
Remember – these two sectors have been under the gun for weeks now…the XLU (Util ETF) is down 11% since the November ... DAL crushed their number this morning reporting 0.96/cts vs expected 0.84 cts. Stock is up $2 in pre-mkt …
Dear Mr. Berko: I wanted to buy a utility stock, but my broker recommended an exchange traded ... There are three utility ETFs that you may wish to consider. Utilities Select Power (XLU — $28.92), the portfolio of which includes electric …
This article is published in collaboration with Scutify, where you can find real-time markets and stock commentary from Robert Marcin ... Implied volatility for XLU, the SPDR Utilities ETF, was up 8.6% on the day. XLU's implied volatility …
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