There are no reported new countries where the Wuhan coronavirus -- COVID-19 -- appears to have spread as of today, though the death toll as well as the number of confirmed cases continues northward.
TAN and SPYG saw massive trading volumes in yesterday's trading session.
January Housing Starts, Building Permits and Producer Price Index all blew away estimates this morning.
The year 2020 has so far been marked with Middle East tensions, the coronavirus outbreak and Wall Street rally. These sector ETFs have come across as winners and losers.
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With a three-day weekend ahead of us and few concrete answers regarding the COVID-19 coronavirus, it may be difficult for stocks to hold onto the slight positive sentiment.
Europe and bear leveraged emerging market ETF witnessed considerable trading volume on Tuesday.
Amid rising tension due to the coronavirus outbreak, U.S. broad-based assets and the related ETFs are acting as safe havens.
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225K was well beyond the analyst consensus of around 160K, and well above the upwardly revised 147K for December.
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Inverse Leveraged S&P 500 ETF and intermediate U.S. treasury ETF witnessed considerable trading volume on Friday.
The month of January witnessed Middle-East tension, the coronavirus outbreak and the return of global growth worries, putting the spotlight on these ETFs.
Fears of a new coronavirus coming out of central China caused Asian markets to sell off overnight. Domestic traders appear to be following suit.
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This represents the best single-month Housing Starts number since way back in March 2006, and underscores a big boost in demand for existing homes.
With most blue-chip companies' earnings scheduled over the coming weeks and sentiments being mixed, investors should closely monitor the movement of the Dow ETF.
No econ data released this morning looks to disturb the positive sentiment we currently see in the market.
Extending its last year's rally, Dow Jones touched 29,000 for the second time in three days, suggesting strong complacency in the market.