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- Fund Family First Trust Portfolios
- Assets Under Management 18,128,000
- Market Capitalization, $K 18,128
- Shares Outstanding, K 550
- 60-Month Beta 1.06
|Period||Period Low||Period High||Performance|
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+0.14 (+0.43%)since 09/17/19
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+0.10 (+0.30%)since 07/17/19
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-0.79 (-2.34%)since 10/17/18
These sector ETFs will be hurt the most if trade talks between the United States and China do not get through.
The core inflation rate for August hits the highest level in a year while the overall annual consumer price inflation declines. These ETFs could be beneficiary of this trend.
We highlight some ETFs which can gain or lose in the wake of the latest round of attacks and retaliations in the Sino-US trade war.
We highlight ETFs that can gain or lose with the beginning of trade talks between the United States and Japan.
Here we analyze the performance of certain ETFs with exposure to some major U.S. automobile industry players post their earnings release.
As U.S.-China trade tensions spike, these sector ETFs are in a vulnerable spot.
U.S. retail sales handily beat market expectations in June. Some particular industries have shone promises, putting these ETFs and stocks in focus.
The U.S. auto industry is witnessing a slowdown with a decline in sales over the first six months of the year.
The U.S. auto industry saw a strong rebound in May with major automakers reporting first increase in vehicle sales for 2019.
Here, we analyze the performance of certain ETFs with exposure to some major U.S. Automobiles industry players post their earnings releases.
|First Trust NASDAQ Global Auto Index Fund||0.00%|
|Honda Motor Co. Ltd.||0.00%|
|Toyota Motor Corporation||0.00%|
|Ford Motor Company||0.00%|
|General Motors Company||0.00%|
|Volkswagen AG (Preference Shares)||0.00%|
|Suzuki Motor Corporation||0.00%|