Last week’s headlines must be a frustration among the 11 S&P 500 sector exchange-traded funds as there are continuous downgrades here and there. Here are some of the results from this week’s scorecards to have a glimpse of what to watch out for.
On Wednesday, the gain of the sectors are mentions with its corresponding growth.Among that group, WEC Energy Group Inc. (WEC) and Ameren Corp. (AEE) are the tough companies, in which these two are the day's stand-outs, presenting a gain of 1.5% and 1.5% respectively.
The Shanghai Gold Exchange (SGE) has allowed using physical gold and other securities as collateral on futures contracts trading. The move is aimed at increasing volumes and attracting investors from other markets.
After suffering an excruciating computer glitch that caused pricing problems, Bank of New York Mellon Corp's calculating system seem to be back to normal now.
The stock markets last week witnessed shifting of priorities to gold and money markets funds as high volatility make equity markets uncertain following the steep fall of over nine percent on Chinese market on opening day of the week Monday. This has led to record outflows from equity funds during the week.
A diversified portfolio allows investors to avoid problems brought by reversals in the stock market by moderating the effect of the decline.
What happens when a single stock is influencing the performance of several mutual funds (MFs) and exchange-traded funds (ETFs) alike?
Intercontinental Exchange Inc's (ICE.N) NYSE Arca had a technical glitch on Tuesday that resulted in some of the most popular exchange-traded funds being temporarily unavailable for trading and some investors paying more for stocks than they otherwise may have.
Japanese shares led a tentative recovery in Asian shares on Tuesday, drawing some support from two U.S. blockbuster acquisitions and anticipation of more European monetary stimulus.
Nairobi Securities Exchange offered exchange-traded funds for individual investors.