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28.7400 -0.1125    -0.39%
21/09 - Closed. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
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Type: ETF
Market: United States
Issuer: SPDR
ISIN: US81369Y6059 
CUSIP: 81369Y605
Asset Class: Equity
  • Volume: 64,709,960
  • Bid/Ask: 28.7000 / 28.7500
  • Day's Range: 28.7000 - 29.0000
Financial Select Sector SPDR 28.7400 -0.1125 -0.39%

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Prev. Close28.98
Day's Range28.7 - 29
ROI (TTM) - 7.17%
Open28.95
52 wk Range25.23 - 30.3255
Dividends (TTM)0.49
Volume64,709,960
Market Cap31.93B
Dividend Yield1.67%
Average Vol. (3m)50,810,307
Total Assets16.16B
Beta1.12
1-Year Change12.88%
Shares Outstanding1,135,795,427
Asset ClassEquity
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Banks climb for third day anticipating strong earnings
Banks climb for third day anticipating strong earnings By Seeking Alpha - Jul 09, 2018

Financial stocks gain for the third day ahead of Q2 earnings reports, which kick off later this week. The Financial Select Sector SPDR ETF (NYSE:XLF) gains 2.3% in midafternoon...

Markets taking exception to rising rates
Markets taking exception to rising rates By Seeking Alpha - Jul 05, 2018

The minutes from the FOMC's mid-June meeting show no letup in the plan to continue hiking rates amid an "already very strong" economy.The Fed may be overflowing with PhDs, but...

Financial Select Sector SPDR Analysis


Lance Roberts
Which Year Is It? 1998, 2011 Or 2015? By Lance Roberts - Sep 16, 2018

Bulls Keep It Together Picking up where we left off last week, we discussed the sell-off after the initial breakout to all-time highs and the continuation of the bull market rally....

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Three Outside Up 1M 1 Aug 18
Bullish Engulfing 1M 2 Jul 18
Bullish doji Star 1M 5 Apr 18

Financial Select Sector SPDR Quotes

Exchange Last Bid Ask Volume Change % Currency Time
  NYSE 28.7400 28.7000 28.7500 64,709,960 -0.39% USD 21/09  
  Mexico 539.00 0.00 0.00 10,468 -1.25% MXN 21/09  

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Hei Leopold
Hei Leopold Jun 30, 2018 7:22AM ET
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It is the bond market, which drags down the financials. In my view the bond market cannot subsidizes the huge losses in the shale industry anymore.
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On January 16, I predicted a significant and steady decline in the financial sector begining this quarter. You can Google 'The Coming Financial Sector Bear Market.'
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On Point. ..I'm Out
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