Here are five of the ETFs from different corners of the market that gained in double-digits last week.
Wall Street was in good shape last week.
Global X Copper Miners ETF (COPX) recently hit a 52-week high. Can this soar further?
The month of April has been upbeat for Wall Street thanks to upbeat earnings, even upbeat U.S. economic growth for the first quarter of 2021 and other data points like retail sales.
April proved to be the solid month for the U.S. stock market with all the three major indices hovering near record highs.
Copper prices have been on an uptrend for quite some time and is currently trading at a 10-year high level.
Copper prices are nearing a nine-year high due to rising demand and limited supply. And because the U.S. is facing the prospect of heavy, government-driven, infrastructure spending copper is expected to...
We have highlighted five ETFs from different zones that were at the heart of the latest market rally over the past week and will likely to do so if the current trends prevail.
Last week was upbeat for Wall Street with the S&P 500 and the Dow Jones closing out at a record high.
Wall Street was extremely upbeat last week. The S&P 500 even hit the 4,000-mark.
The red metal is heading for a consecutive eleventh monthly rise in February on expectations that post-crisis demand will outstrip near-term supply.
The S&P 500 was down 0.7%, the Dow Jones was up 0.1%, the Nasdaq Composite Index lost 1.6% and the small-cap index Russell 2000 was off about 1% last week.
Global vaccine distribution and hopes of fatter fiscal stimulus in the United States have boosted economic growth prospect, which in turn, has favored the industrial metal prices in the recent sessions....
The S&P 500, the Dow Jones and the Nasdaq Composite -- all three indexes touched all-time closing highs to end last week.
Copper prices are hitting a seven-year high. And, there are many good reasons to believe prices will remain strong in 2021. Investors should consider buying FCX, SCCO, and TECK. Copper stocks have...
The optimism over the COVID-19 vaccine will end the pandemic-ravaged economic damage and lead to a swift global recovery, thereby dimming the lure of dollar as a safe haven.
The copper miners fund hits a new 52-week high recently. Can it soar further?
Though the sector tends to be the most sensitive to global economic growth expectations, it has been outperforming other sectors this quarter, just trailing the consumer discretionary.
Copper prices will likely gain further on China???s manufacturing sector rebound and policy easing.
Coronavirus outbreak puts these ETF areas in winning and losing positions.