XHS - SPDR S&P Health Care Services ETF
|Ex-Dividend Date||Mar 22, 2021|
|Trading Day||April 16|
|Day's Range||107.94 - 108.97|
|52-Week Range||58.95 - 111.30|
The investment seeks to provide investment results that, before fees and expenses, correspond generally to the total return performance of an index derived from the health care providers and services segment of a U.S. total market composite index. In seeking to track the performance of the S&P Health Care Services Select Industry Index (the index), the fund employs a sampling strategy. It generally invests substantially all, but at least 80%, of its total assets in the securities comprising the index. The index represents the health care services segment of the S&P Total Market Index (S&P TMI).
|Asset Class |
|Inception Date |
Sep 28, 2011
|Ticker Symbol |
|Index Tracked |
S&P Health Care Services Select Industry Index
Top 10 Holdings20.70% of assets
|Owens & Minor||OMI||2.07%|
|Mar 22, 2021||$0.033||Mar 25, 2021|
|Dec 21, 2020||$0.092||Dec 24, 2020|
|Sep 21, 2020||$0.041||Sep 24, 2020|
|Jun 22, 2020||$0.058||Jun 25, 2020|
|Mar 23, 2020||$0.033||Mar 26, 2020|
|Dec 23, 2019||$1.591||Dec 27, 2019|
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Michael Wilson, chief U.S. equity strategist at Morgan Stanley believe that?
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