XLU
Utilities Select Sector SPDR Fund

Up$55.12
+$0.24
(+0.44%)
As of 5:10:00 PM EDT | 11/19/18  |  Market Closed

XLU Trading Data

Open

$54.8

Low Price

$54.57

High Price

$55.17

Previous Last Price

$54.88

Bid Size

$55.12 X 900

Ask Size

$55.23 X 200

XLU Portfolio Data

AUM

$8,921,048,000

Shares

162,674

PE Ratio

16.88

Price / Book Ratio

1.87

Expense Ratio

0.13

Net Asset Value

$54.84

Volume

Volume

14,566,050

Avg. Volume (YDT)

17,542,371

Dollar Volume

$726,929,951

Weekly Avg. Volume

24,317,877

Monthly Avg. Volume

24,306,840

Quarterly Avg. Volume

18,999,889

XLU Fund Description

The Utilities Select Sector SPDR Fund seeks to provide investment results that, before expenses, correspond generally to the price and yield performance of the Utilities Select Sector Index.

XLU Chart

XLU Summary

Fund Family

State Street Global Advisors

Tracks This Index

Utilities Select Sector SPDR Fund

Inception Date

1998-12-16

Asset Class

Equity

Asset Class Size

Utilities

XLU Classification

Region (General)

North America

Region (Specific)

US

Sector

Utilities

Equity Index

Leveraged Family

XLU Holdings

Top 10 Holdings

NextEra Energy Inc. (NEE)
11.83%
Duke Energy Corporation (DUK)
8.59%
Dominion Energy Inc (D)
6.72%
Southern Company (SO)
6.7%
Exelon Corporation (EXC)
6.16%
American Electric Power Company Inc. (AEP)
5.3%
Sempra Energy (SRE)
4.25%
Public Service Enterprise Group Inc (PEG)
3.85%
Xcel Energy Inc. (XEL)
3.66%
Consolidated Edison Inc. (ED)
3.33%

Total XLU Holdings

Total Holdings: 32

NextEra Energy Inc. (NEE)
11.83%
Duke Energy Corporation (DUK)
8.59%
Dominion Energy Inc (D)
6.72%
Southern Company (SO)
6.7%
Exelon Corporation (EXC)
6.16%
American Electric Power Company Inc. (AEP)
5.3%
Sempra Energy (SRE)
4.25%
Public Service Enterprise Group Inc (PEG)
3.85%
Xcel Energy Inc. (XEL)
3.66%
Consolidated Edison Inc. (ED)
3.33%
WEC Energy Group Inc (WEC)
3.11%
DTE Energy Company (DTE)
3.04%
PPL Corporation (PPL)
2.99%
Eversource Energy (ES)
2.94%
FirstEnergy Corp. (FE)
2.64%
Ameren Corporation (AEE)
2.37%
American Water Works Company Inc. (AWK)
2.32%
Evergy Inc. (EVRG)
2.29%
Entergy Corporation (ETR)
2.18%
Edison International (EIX)
2.15%
CMS Energy Corporation (CMS)
2.01%
CenterPoint Energy Inc. (CNP)
1.9%
NRG Energy Inc. (NRG)
1.67%
Alliant Energy Corp (LNT)
1.48%
AES Corporation (AES)
1.43%
Pinnacle West Capital Corporation (PNW)
1.39%
NiSource Inc (NI)
1.29%
PG&E Corporation (PCG)
1.28%
SCANA Corporation (SCG)
0.84%
STATE STREET INSTL US GOVERNME STIF USD (Unassigned)
0.24%
U.S. Dollar
0.03%
Utilities Select Sector SPDR Fund (XLU)
0%

XLU Technicals

Alpha

10.45

Beta

0.17

Leverage

Long

Standard Deviation

2.24

XLU Dividends

Dividend Date

2018-09-21

Latest Dividend

0.475

Annual Dividend

1.81

Annual Dividend Rate

1.81

Annual Dividend Yield

3.31

XLU Performance

YTD Return

4.63%

1 Year Return

-1.24%

3 Year Return

26.48%

5 Year Return

41.96%

10 Year Return

82.2%

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