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ETF Outlook: Guggenheim S&P Equal Weight Health Care ETF (RYH) –

Use any short-term dips to buy the RYH in anticipation of renewed strength in this strong sector in the weeks ahead. The Guggenheim S&P Equal Weight Health Care ETF (RYH) has 20 Bullish-rated Chaikin Power Gauge stocks vs. 4 with Bearish ratings, as indicated by the Chaikin Power Bar for the RYH below. This indicates positive potential for the RYH over the next 3 6 months.

ETF Report: ETFs, Stocks Higher as Crude Oil Recovers; FOMC Meeting Minutes Still Ahead –

16-17 meeting, scheduled for release at 2 pm ET. They are hoping the minutes would give further clues to the economic policy makers’ views on the economy. Galectin Therapeutics (GALT) was up 27.55% after the company reported final results from its Phase 1 trial show that GR-MD-02 had an effect on a serum biomarker (as assessed by FibroTest) and liver stiffness (as assessed by FibroScan) that suggest a potential for therapeutic effect on fibrosis that warrants further exploration. This first-in-man study, which enrolled 30 patients in three cohorts, principally evaluated the safety, tolerability and pharmacokinetics for single and multiple doses of its galectin-inhibiting drug GR-MD-02 when administered intravenously to patients with fatty liver disease, or nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH) with advanced fibrosis. The study also secondarily examined exploratory biomarkers as well as a newer non-invasive liver stiffness measure. Winners and Losers Financial Select Financial Sector SPDRs ( XLF ) was flat.

JPMorgan Chase (JPM) Stock Up Today After Launching New ETF – TheStreet

Despite its growing revenue, the company underperformed as compared with the industry average of 5.6%. Since the same quarter one year prior, revenues slightly increased by 2.6%. Growth in the company’s revenue appears to have helped boost the earnings per share. Compared to where it was a year ago today, the stock is now trading at a higher level, reflecting both the market’s overall trend during that period and the fact that the company’s earnings growth has been robust.

Guide to European Hedged ETF – ETF News And Commentary –

Additionally, the Canadian government relies on oil for tax revenue. Without it, Canada could find itself traveling down a road of imploding government deficits. When you step back and take a look at the big picture, its amazing to seehow oil plays such a massive role in the economy. (For more, see: How Oil ETFs React to Falling Energy Prices .) Another Option The following is an interesting piece of information. Crescent Point Energy Corp.

Eyeing Canada? Look At The iShares ECW ETF (EWC,PWE)

United Kingdom takes the top spot at 28.5% while Switzerland, France and Germany round off the next three spots. From a sector look, financials account for the largest share at 22.2% closely followed by consumer staples (19.2%). Other sectors make up for a nice mix in the portfolio with a single-digit allocation. The fund has amassed $723.2 million in its asset base while trades in good average daily volume of more than 310,000 shares. It charges 45 bps in fees per year and returned 0.7% over the past one year.


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