The first quarter of 2021 has been bestowed with upbeat news like the rollout of hefty fiscal stimulus in the United States, growing distribution of vaccines and the starting of the economic reopening...
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The Dow Jones hit a record high on Mar 13. Uptick in industrial activities, compelling valuation, falling dependence on Boeing and the current oil rally should add some more gains to the Dow Jones ETFs...
Let's look at some ETFs that are well-poised to gain as the reopening of U.S. economy picks up pace.
The first week of March was mixed for Wall Street.
The first week of March was mixed for Wall Street. The energy sector has been the key winner.
Growing vaccine distribution, hopes of hefty stimulus under the Biden presidency and OPEC+'s decision to continue production curbs should push oil prices higher ahead.
Winter storm and arctic blast of cold weather in Texas had some severe impacts on the oil industry.
Oil prices are surging on declining crude production in the United States and Fed's continued dovish stance.
Last week was marked by the bitcoin rally, some Reddit bets and an uptrend in some cyclical sectors.
A severe cold snap wrecked havoc in the central and southern parts of the United States that has paralyzed many corners of the economy, which has just started to recover from the pandemic crisis.
Oil prices have staged a rally lately as cold weather shut U.S. oil wells, benefiting energy ETFs. Can the rally last?
Solid corporate earnings and expectations of a fat stimulus by U.S. President Joe Biden's administration have renewed the appeal for the riskier assets last week.
Oil prices are surging as hopes are high on President-elect Joe Biden's efforts to restore growth and energy demand in the United States.
Gasoline costs rose 8.4% on the month, representing more than 60% of all monthly CPI gains.
Oil prices jumped on Tuesday as tensions flared up following Iran's seizure of a South Korean vessel and Saudi gearing up to cut output in February.
These ETF trends may rule the market in 2021
We have highlighted the best and worst-performing zones and their ETFs in 2020.
This has been a tough year for the oil sector with prices tumbling in the first half of the year and gaining in the latter half of the year.
Many analysts believe that fossil fuel use has peaked. Alternative energy continues to take more share in terms of more EVs on the road and more solar and wind installations. PBW, QCLN, TAN, and PBD are...