Consumer Discretionary Select Sector SPDR Fund (XLY)
|Ex-Dividend Date||Sep 20, 2021|
|Day's Range||182.81 - 185.06|
|Inception Date||Dec 16, 1998|
The investment seeks investment results that, before expenses, correspond to the price and yield performance of publicly traded equity securities of companies in the Consumer Discretionary Select Sector Index. The fund employs a replication strategy. It generally invests substantially all, but at least 95%, of its total assets in the securities comprising the index. The index includes securities of companies from the following industries: retail; hotels, restaurants and leisure; textiles, apparel and luxury goods; household durables; automobiles; auto components; distributors; leisure products; and diversified consumer services. It is non-diversified.
Top 10 Holdings69.82% of assets
|Sep 20, 2021||$0.275||Sep 23, 2021|
|Jun 21, 2021||$0.25535||Jun 24, 2021|
|Mar 22, 2021||$0.264059||Mar 25, 2021|
|Dec 21, 2020||$0.296123||Dec 24, 2020|
|Sep 21, 2020||$0.305594||Sep 24, 2020|
|Jun 22, 2020||$0.296038||Jun 25, 2020|
The recovering U.S. economy and progress in coronavirus vaccine rollout are expected to increasingly drive investors toward the consumer discretionary sector.
The U.S. consumer sentiment slightly improved in early-September amid rising concerns about surging coronavirus cases and inflationary levels.
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The fall in consumer confidence is likely to hurt the consumer discretionary sector, which attracts a major portion of consumer spending.
The American economy has been booming with growth exceeding the pre-pandemic level.
The impressive consumer confidence levels are likely to boost the consumer discretionary sector, which attracts a major portion of consumer spending.
The fall in consumer sentiment is likely to hurt the consumer discretionary sector, which attracts a major portion of consumer spending amid rising inflation levels.
The second-quarter earnings season has hit the market with sky-high stock prices and extremely upbeat expectations.
The strengthening consumer confidence is likely to boost the consumer discretionary sector, which attracts a major portion of consumer spending.
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The decline in consumer sentiment is likely to hurt the consumer discretionary sector, which attracts a major portion of consumer spending amid the inflation woes.
The consumer discretionary sector is likely to be a major gainer as the U.S. economy gradually reopens and recovers from the pandemic-induced slump.
The U.S. economy seems to be rebounding from the coronavirus slump. Reopening of the U.S. economy and accelerated coronavirus vaccine rollout are keeping consumers optimistic.
The decline in consumer sentiment is likely to hurt the consumer discretionary sector, which attracts a major portion of consumer spending amid inflation woes.
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