S&P 500 Utilities Sector SPDR (XLU)
$63.40 0.11 (0.17%)
17:36 EST XLU Stock Quote Delayed 15 Minutes
Previous Close $63.40
Market Cap 9.66B
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 12.45M
Day's Range 63.03 - 63.41
52-Week Range 50.81 - 65.11
Dividend & Yield 1.81 (2.86%)
XLU Stock Predictions, Articles, and S&P 500 Utilities Sector SPDR News
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Despite volatility, data suggest investors buy exchange-traded funds, as some ETFs could prove ideally suited for the current environment.
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Utilities ETFs are typically less volatile and higher yielding than other sector funds; therefore, utilities ETFs can be accurate tells regarding investors' level of risk appetite in various market environments.
A lower-value dividend combined with a generally bullish market should send prices on the Utilities Select Sector SPDR ETF (NYSEARCA:XLU) lower in the short term.
Largely speaking stocks continue to trade in ranges, but some winners are starting to separate from the crowd, one area being the utility stocks.
February’s pullback seems to have broken the bullish spell that had enveloped Wall Street, and now investors have to start doing their homework again.
Rising rates are bad for dividend-payers, and the Utilities Select Sector SPDR ETF (XLU) is likely to be in the crosshairs if inflation/interest rate expectations shift (as we expect) this week.
The best place to start is to see what sectors had sizzle to start with, which puts the spotlight on tech, financials and consumer discretionary.
Last week's bounce in the SPY ETF brought back the animal spirits of traders, but it looks increasingly likely that stocks may only bounce to lower highs for the time being.
Smart investors want to respect strong trends in markets, but this does not mean buy at any price. The SPY ETF is overbought for now.
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Looking at the sectors faring worst as of midday Monday, shares of Utilities companies are underperforming other sectors, showing a 0.4% loss. Within the sector, Evergy Inc (EVRG) and Public Service Enterprise Group Inc (PEG) are two large stocks that are lagging, showing a loss of 1.6% and 1.4%, respectively..
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