S&P Bank ETF SPDR (KBE)
$51.67 0.19 (0.37%)
20:00 EST KBE Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close -
Market Cap 3.92B
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 4.02M
Day's Range 51.12 - 52.10
52-Week Range 22.56 - 52.91
Dividend & Yield 0.77 (1.48%)
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Bank stocks are gaining investors' attention after the group largely reported earnings this week. Here's what you should consider moving forward.
SPDR ETFs span an array of asset classes, including stocks, bond, commodities and real estate, among others. Here are 7 of the best ETFs to buy from SPDR.
While several sectors are outperforming financial services this year, there are some financial ETFs offering impressive returns.
With a slew of marquee banks reporting earnings this week, these 5 bank ETFs could be worth monitoring, particularly because expectations for the sector are low heading into this earnings season.
These sector ETFs have a Zacks Rank #1 or 2 and are likely to outperform ahead. Compare Brokers....
First-quarter earnings season kicked off with the latest reports from the big banks. So far, the bank earnings and revenue “headline numbers” have been excellent....
Republicans unveiled the final tax bill – what’s In and what’s out. Compare Brokers...
The legislative move has led to the return of Trump trade and investors are cashing in on the opportunity with ETFs that are deemed to gain most on tax reforms.
The central bank is expected to start shrinking its massive $4.5 trillion balance sheet that will bolster bank ETFs.
Why Bank of America Corp (BAC), American Eagle Outfitters (AEO) and Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (AMD) Are 3 of Today’s Worst Stocks
Advanced Micro Devices (AMD), Bank of America (BAC) and American Eagle Outfitters (AEO) never even had a prayer of bullishness on Wednesday.
Investors concerned about the much-talked about equity overvaluation, can give these undervalued sectors a try via ETFs.
The market is already preparing for -- and pricing in -- a victory by Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential election.
Headline risks can hit even the best investments. The latest example is Wells Fargo, yet with this trade investors can profit on WFC...
Here's how banks -- and bank stocks -- will be affected by implementation of the “Volcker Rule” -- part of the Dodd-Frank financial reforms that ban taxpayer insured banks from making bets with their own money.
Thanks to short sellers, these three funds are likely "presold" -- in other words, they should have shallower pullbacks, and see more buying interest on a recovery.
SPDR KBW Bank (ETF) broke from an eight-month rectangle backed by a golden cross.
From Talk Markets