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- Fund Family State Street Global Advisors
- Assets Under Management 37,522,512,000
- Shares Outstanding, K 443,424
- 60-Month Beta 1.36
|Period||Period Low||Period High||Performance|
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-3.11 (-3.59%)since 11/03/23
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-7.65 (-8.39%)since 09/05/23
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-4.06 (-4.63%)since 12/05/22
Despite Chevron and Exxon Mobil trading below their highs, sub-industries such as transportation and pipelines show resilience, driven by dividends and demand.
Utility stocks are well-positioned to ride out winter volatility and pay a high, inflation-beating dividend yield with distribution growth in the forecast.
Oil and gas stocks have a heavy analyst bias today, but the market's price action comes to reveal the true sentiment and expectations for a few select names
As the energy sector pivots to renewables after oil price shocks, these names stand out as the market's favorites, but one stands above the rest
Energy and defense stocks are generating solid cash flows in 2023 that allow them to pay down debt, increase dividends, and repurchase shares
The long-term demand outlook for oil and gas looks robust despite the near-term challenges. This bodes well for the energy sector. Hence, it could be wise to invest in top-rated energy ETFs, such as Vanguard...
Oil has taken a sharp turn this year, especially under today's geopolitical developments pushing certain industries forward.
Traditionally reliable, the 60/40 portfolio may no longer guarantee solid returns amid concerns about rising interest rates and rising bond yields.
Uncover the untapped potential of the energy sector with Waste Connections, a dividend stock strategically positioned in the booming Permian Basin.
Chevron's $53 billion acquisition of Hess, and Exxon Mobil's $59.5 billion purchase of Pioneer, underscore a strong oil industry despite green energy efforts
|3rd Resistance Point||86.34|
|2nd Resistance Point||85.75|
|1st Resistance Point||85.19|
|1st Support Level||84.04|
|2nd Support Level||83.45|
|3rd Support Level||82.89|