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- Fund Family U.S. Commodity Funds
- Assets Under Management 82,944,000
- Market Capitalization, $K 82,944
- Shares Outstanding, K 4,050
- 60-Month Beta 1.12
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-0.02 (-0.10%)since 12/17/19
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+2.30 (+12.57%)since 10/17/19
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+3.33 (+19.28%)since 01/17/19
Easing U.S.-China trade feud, global monetary policy easing, lesser ambiguity surrounding Brexit, lower OPEC output, falling U.S. rigs and escalating Middle East tensions to boost oil prices in 2020.
Given the decent record of market performance, we highlight a few ETF plays for January.
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Commodities are on track for the best annual performance since 2016.
Easing trade feud, extensive policy relaxations in major developed and emerging economies, less ambiguity surrounding Brexit, lower OPEC output and falling U.S. rigs should bump up oil prices in 2020.
Wall Street analysts appear bullish on the commodity market in 2020, with the energy sector especially receiving bullish predictions. Play these ETFs.
Oil manufacturers, including Russia and Saudi Arabia, have agreed to reduce oil output by another 500,000 bpd through the first quarter of 2020.
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OPEC is likely to deepen the ongoing output cut. This can boost energy ETFs in the near term.