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- Fund Family State Street Global Advisors
- Assets Under Management 139,000,000
- Market Capitalization, $K 139,000
- Shares Outstanding, K 20,000
- 60-Month Beta 1.87
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-0.93 (-11.60%)since 09/20/19
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-1.98 (-21.83%)since 07/22/19
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-8.01 (-53.05%)since 10/22/18
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.
Many corners of the market have seen rough trading while a few still stand tall so far in the third quarter.
Oil price saw a tumultuous ride on dual attack by the Fed and Trump. Both crude and Brent saw their worst daily performance in more than four years, plunging more than 8% each.
Oil prices strongly rebounded from a bear territory hit in early June, with U.S. crude comfortably trading above $60.
Dovish Fed comments and chances of U.S.-China trade truce kept the market steady in the second quarter. These ETF areas won and lost in the second quarter.