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- Fund Family State Street Global Advisors
- Assets Under Management 144,855,000
- Market Capitalization, $K 144,855
- Shares Outstanding, K 21,750
- 60-Month Beta 2.01
|Period||Period Low||Period High||Performance|
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-1.15 (-14.69%)since 01/14/20
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-0.02 (-0.30%)since 11/14/19
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-4.71 (-41.35%)since 02/14/19
Oil price jumped following political instability in the Middle East and North Africa that halted output and exports from key OPEC producers.
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.
Inside the ETF gainers and losers of last week.
Energy ETFs are quite a scare this Halloween, thanks to a subdued earnings picture, operating woes, dismal demand outlook and downbeat stock market performance.
Wall Street ended higher last week primarily buoyed by positive developments in U.S.-China trade talks. We have highlighted last week's best and worst-performing ETFs.
Allegations surrounding Iran's involvement are increasing geopolitical tensions in the Gulf region. Also, uncertainty about time needed by Saudi Arabia to return to full-capacity production adds to the...
Oil price jumped following an attack on the heart of Saudi Arabia's oil production facilities in Abqaiq and Khurais.
The energy sector has gained momentum lately with positive fundamentals building up in the space.
August was trade-war trodden and dealt a blow to the broader equity market. These sector ETFs were among the most-hurt ones.
August has been all about renewed trade tensions and a host of global rate cuts. These ETF areas were the winning and losing ones.
|Helmerich & Payne Inc.||5.53%|
|ProPetro Holding Corp.||5.24%|
|National Oilwell Varco Inc.||5.03%|
|Valaris PLC Class A||5.01%|
|U.S. Silica Holdings Inc.||4.84%|
|Baker Hughes Company Class A||4.79%|
|Nabors Industries Ltd.||4.69%|