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- Fund Family State Street Global Advisors
- Assets Under Management 1,934,183,800
- Market Capitalization, $K 1,934,184
- Shares Outstanding, K 40,600
- 60-Month Beta 2.47
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-12.34 (-19.98%)since 06/10/20
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+7.91 (+19.06%)since 04/09/20
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-57.79 (-53.91%)since 07/10/19
The energy sector enjoyed a huge surge. We have highlighted five ETFs & stocks that gained the most in the second quarter and should continue to head higher with the rise in oil price.
Sector ETF report for IEO
Oil made the greatest comeback in history after plunging into negative territory in April.
Oil prices rebounded considerably after the mid-April crash. These ETFs and stocks have been the foremost beneficiaries on the bounce in the energy sector.
After a wobbly start, Wall Street steadied in May. These sector ETFs contributed the most in Wall Street recovery on Monday.
Oil price resumed its downtrend and plunged to the lowest level at the close on Apr 15 for the first time in two decades. We have highlighted some ETFs that are expected to benefit/lose from lower oil...
Declining demand and OPEC+ producers' inability to crack an output cut deal dragged down oil prices and triggered a price war. These ETFs should be watched closely.
After the historic sell-off since the financial crisis, Wall Street rebounded on hopes of fiscal stimulus to curb slower economic growth due to the coronavirus outbreak.
The breakdown of the OPEC+-led output cut program dragged oil prices down while the commodity might see some price gains due to bargain hunting.
We have profiled 10 ETFs that have seen massive trading volumes over the past 20 days.