SPDR S&P International Consumer Discretionary Sector ETFFund
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- Assets $14.9M
- Expense Ratio 0.40%
- Yield 2.12%
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Global Equity ETF
SPDR S&P International Consumer Discretionary Sector ETF is an exchange-traded fund incorporated in the USA. The Fund's objective is to provide investment results that correspond generally to the total return performance of the S&P Developed Ex-U.S. BMI Consumer Discretionary Sector Index.
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02-03-2015 11:37 AM by Tom Lydon
State Street's (NYSE: STT) State Street Global Advisors unit, the third-largest U.S. issuer of exchange traded funds, fired the first shot in the 2015 ETF fee wars Tuesday when it announced it has trimmed fees on 41 of its ETFs. In some cases, the fee reductions are dramatic. ...
04-03-2012 12:00 PM by Tom Lydon
The S&P 500 had its best first quarter since 1998, gaining 12% over the past three months. Is this a sign that investor confidence is back as analysts are raising earnings profits, and various sector exchange traded funds are rallying? "The generally positive results from ...
01-06-2011 02:00 PM by Tom Lydon
The U.S. auto industry returned to profitability last year and sales are expected to surge higher this year. Though there is currently no automobile exchange traded fund (ETF) available, that won't stop you if you want to get exposure to this comeback story. U.S. auto sales co...
08-13-2010 02:00 PM by Tom Lydon
You might expect retail exchange traded funds (ETFs) to get a boost from the numbers. But here's the thing: the growth in consumer spending in July wasn't uniform. Generally, retail sales in July rose 0.4%. Tepid, but it was about as expected. And hey - it was growth, so we'll...
08-04-2010 08:30 AM by Tom Lydon
While exchange traded funds (ETFs) digested the improved labor market news this morning, the markets held off on making any bold moves in either direction. According to the ETF Dashboard, some of the top-moving funds this morning are gold miner ETFs, which is on the backs of s...
07-31-2010 01:00 PM by Tom Lydon
U.S. consumers just aren't consuming as much as they used to. While unemployment remains high, you can't count on spenders here to lift the economy out of its slump anytime soon. That's why it might be time to consider some consumer-related exchange traded funds (ETFs) with a mor...
07-13-2010 12:00 PM by Tom Lydon
Every cloud has a silver lining. While imports are outpacing exports right now, that doesn't mean that opportunities to play this imbalance with exchange traded funds (ETFs) don't exist. The U.S. trade deficit unexpectedly widened in May for the second month as imports outpace...
07-13-2010 08:30 AM by Tom Lydon
Positive earnings from Alcoa (NYSE: AA) and CSX (NYSE: CSX) have given investors a reason to believe in the economic recovery and oil exchange traded funds (ETFs) a reason to surge in early trading. Both Alcoa and CSX notched better-than-expected second-quarter profits, sendin...
03-26-2010 11:00 AM by Tom Lydon
For as long as anyone can remember, the power consumers have been domiciled in the United States and it was our spending powering retail exchange traded funds (ETFs). That's no longer. Emerging markets are now taking the lead in consuming goods, so that's where those hawking thei...
03-02-2010 10:00 AM by Tom Lydon
It's all about global markets and exchange traded funds (ETFs) today. The deficit crisis in Greece may finally have found some resolution, if rumors of a deal prove to be true. Australia hiked rates in a vote of confidence for its economy and the jobs picture brightened in Japan....
02-09-2010 02:00 PM by Tom Lydon
The auto industry and sector-related exchange traded funds (ETFs) have shown significant gains as a result of higher sales numbers. However, American consumers aren't buying like they used to, and some don't think sales numbers of yesteryear will return anytime soon. U.S. auto...
02-05-2010 10:00 AM by Tom Lydon
U.S. joblessness sank to five-month lows, to the surprise of economists, but the markets couldn't rally enough to keep the Dow Jones Industrial Average above the 10,000 mark. Most exchange traded funds (ETFs) are lower, but those focused on natural gas and regional banks are fari...
11-02-2009 03:00 PM by Tom Lydon
Although major electronics makers have reported less than stellar earnings for the third quarter, they're feeling positive enough to raise their full-year forecasts. Exchange traded funds (ETFs) can give you exposure to the entire sector. Many electronic makers have come to t...
11-26-2008 01:37 PM by Tom Lydon
Retailers feel like they've gotten a lump of coal in their stockings, even before the totals are in and exchange traded funds (ETFs) have had a chance to soak in any possible gains. Christina Cheddar Berk for CNBC says it will be inevitable that retailers are going to see lowe...
07-24-2008 02:00 PM by Tom Lydon
The options for international sector exchange traded funds (ETFs) doubled overnight as State Street Global Advisors announced the addition of ten such funds to their SPDR lineup. This brings the Spider line to include 80 ETFs, with 31 of those focused on global access to inter...
Number of Holdings: 187
|Apparel Footwear & Acc Design||6.7%|
|Publishing & Broadcasting||4.7%|
|Specialty Apparel Stores||2.3%|
|Advertising & Marketing||1.8%|
|Casinos & Gaming||1%|
Number of Holdings: 187
|7.5%||Toyota Motor Corp||Consumer Discretionary||0||Japan|
|3.7%||Daimler AG||Consumer Discretionary||86696000||Germany|
|2.3%||Honda Motor Co Ltd||Consumer Discretionary||0||Japan|
|2.1%||LVMH Moet Hennessy L...||0|
|1.9%||BCRWZ||Cie Financiere Riche...||Consumer Discretionary||47888000||Switzerland|
|1.8%||Hennes & Mauritz AB ...||0|
|1.7%||Next PLC||Consumer Discretionary||12215000||England|
|1.7%||BPDL||Industria de Diseno ...||0|
|1.6%||BLNNL||Compass Group PLC||0|
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