Dynamic Leisure and Entertainment Invesco ETF (PEJ)
$42.01 0.61 (1.43%)
19:59 EST PEJ Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
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Market Cap 7.93M
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 917,600
Day's Range 41.63 - 42.52
52-Week Range 17.60 - 45.67
Dividend & Yield 0.24 (0.57%)
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Entertainment ETFs are being slammed because of Covid-19, but some are showing signs of life and could be worth a near-term look.
In the absence of a legitimate restaurant ETF, consider one of these funds with decent exposure to the dining out and delivery themes.
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