S&P 500 Cons Staples Sector SPDR (XLP)
$57.47 0.20 (0.35%)
20:00 EDT XLP Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $57.47
Market Cap 8.35B
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 7.22M
Day's Range 57.16 - 57.52
52-Week Range 47.66 - 64.84
Dividend & Yield 1.50 (2.61%)
XLP Stock Predictions, Articles, and S&P 500 Cons Staples Sector SPDR News
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Considering the multiyear underperformance of consumer staples stocks, the XLP ETF looks likely to shine, at least relatively.
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