Semiconductor exchange traded funds (ETFs) are trading higher this morning after reports that the industry declined less than expected this year. Revenue dropped 12.4%, but the chip makers are cheering themselves with the knowledge that it could have been worse. Here are more stories on the subject that may interest you:
- Why Semiconductor ETFs Are Rallying
- What Gives Technology ETFs Their Power?
- ETFs to Play the U.S. Push Into Emerging Markets
- Why Semiconductor ETFs Are Powering Up
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