Inside the ETF asset report for the month of November when U.S. key index ETFs ruled and treasuries lost.
New private-sector jobs totals for November came in basically only half of what were produced in October.
Despite the age-old trend of a Santa rally, 2018 was a massive downer. Since 2019 is giving the same cues, investors can seek refuge in these safer ETFs.
Inside the key ETF events of the month of November.
Apple ETFs poised to see a solid December on rising sales of AirPods.
Wall Street started December on a dull note. Time to play inverse ETFs?
After the opening bell, two new goods-producing metrics will hit the tape: Markit Manufacturing PMI and the ISM Manufacturing Index.
Markets close early today, and low trading volume is expected. Pre-market futures indicate a slight pullback from Wednesday's all-time closing highs.
Style Box ETF report for DEF
The day before our Thanksgiving feast, we have a feast of our own -- of economic data: Q3 GDP, Durable Goods and Jobless Claims.
Apple sees rising popularity of its top wearable products like AirPod and Apple Watch.
PNQI and MGC saw massive trading volumes in yesterday's trading session.
Apple shares may move higher in the days ahead as Trump is considering the exemption of U.S. tariffs on China-made Apple products.
Roughly an hour before the opening bell to begin a new trading week, indexes began to slip into the red, and rather uniformly.
Buffett sold Apple shares in the third quarter. Is Apple at all worth dumping?
October Retail Sales and Import Prices were decent, while November's Empire State Index and Industrial Production and Capacity Utilization were weaker than expected.
Despite occasional trade tensions, U.S. equity gauges have added solid gains this year. But these sector ETFs handily beat the soaring broader market.
While the headline on PPI matched yesterday's CPI number, jobless claims rose and Walmart beat, but only on the bottom line.
Likelihood of a soon-to-be-signed U.S.-China trade deal, upbeat holiday season sales expectations and decent earnings have led the Nasdaq-100 ETF to a new high.
Investors poured money into global equity funds at the fastest rate in almost two years last week, putting the spotlight on these ETF areas.