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Is the Bank ETF Sell-Off a Cause for Concern?
January 26, 2012
The financial sector has been a top-performing sector in 2012 after last year’s debacle, but an unexpected drop in new U.S. home sales prompted a round of profit taking in bank stocks and related...
Why the World is an Option Seller’s Oyster Right Now
January 23, 2012
ETF Chart of the Day: Regional Banks
January 10, 2012
Today we highlight bullish-looking options flows seen in KRE (SPDR KBW Regional Banking) on Monday as the exchange traded fund makes a run at its highest levels in about a year. The fund tracks the S&P...
Financial stocks lead broad market higher
December 29, 2011
Bank of America, J.P. Morgan go from being the worst on the Dow this week to the best performers Thursday after economic data shows slight improvement.
Financials lead market down second day
December 28, 2011
Bank of America once again worst stock on the Dow; Citi shares drop following a report it is selling its Belgian retail unit.
Financial stocks lag broader market
December 27, 2011
Bank of America shares lead Dow Jones Industrial Average down on capitalization concerns. J.P Morgan Chase also ranks as a Tuesday laggard.
Morgan Stanley, Citi lead financials’ charge
December 02, 2011
Morgan Stanley and Citigroup shares lead the financial sector’s charge on Friday, underpinning the S&P 500’s rebound.
Financial stocks lead broader market higher
November 25, 2011
Changes In Underlying Indices and ETF Expenses
November 09, 2011
Exchange traded funds (ETFs) have some of the lowest expense ratios in the market. The low costs can be attributed to their passive indexing methodologies, but different indices will create varying...
Jefferies falls as much as 20%; financials weak
November 03, 2011
Shares of Jefferies Group plunge before recovering some of their early losses, after a rating agency’s overnight note detailing the company’s possible sovereign-debt exposure.
Financial ETFs Lead Market Decline with Nearly 5% Loss
November 01, 2011
Financial exchange traded funds led the way lower in stocks Tuesday as a surprise Greek referendum threatened the Eurozone bailout plan and fallout from MF Global’s bankruptcy filing weighed on banks....
Time to buy into bank stocks? Not necessarily
October 29, 2011
For months now, bargain hunters and market contrarians have been looking at the financial-services sector, thinking it was on sale and due for a rebound. But there are plenty of pitfalls for investors...
Financial stocks slide into red on U.S. data
October 28, 2011
Mediocre U.S. economic data mixed with a few strong earnings reports the morning after Thursday’s relief rally.
Citigroup, other banks rally in preopen
October 27, 2011
Following the lead of their counterparts in Europe and Asia, U.S. bank stocks rally as Wall Street cheers a far-reaching agreement aimed at addressing the euro zone’s sovereign-debt crisis.
Bank ETFs Pressured by Rates, Loans
October 26, 2011
Unlike the major U.S. stock indexes, exchange traded funds benchmarked to banks and financial stocks haven’t broken out of their recent trading range. Now, banks have an interesting problem: they have...
Financial stocks rise ahead of EU summit
October 26, 2011
Sector makes cautious gains to help lead broader market higher as European leaders meet to hammer out a solution for the region’s sovereign debt crisis.
Can bank stocks bail out your portfolio?
October 21, 2011
For a bargain-hunting investor, buying bank stocks after a 26% rout this year may sound too good to pass up. But uncertainty about European debt and U.S. monetary policy raises the risk that these...
Why big investors won’t occupy Wall Street
October 19, 2011
Bank ETFs Fall After Citigroup, Wells Fargo Earnings
October 17, 2011
An exchange traded fund indexed to U.S. banks was down over 2% on Monday following mixed quarterly earnings from bellwethers Citigroup (NYSE: C) and Wells Fargo (NYSE: WFC). The $951 million SPDR KBW...
Financial stocks underperform on downgrades
October 14, 2011
Sector trails other gainers following a series of European bank downgrades and warnings for others, along with mixed U.S. economic data.
Financial ETF Rises 3% on Eurozone, Earnings Hopes
October 12, 2011
Financial exchange traded funds led the market higher Wednesday on speculation European Union leaders will be able to quell the unrest in debt markets. Financial Select Sector SPDR (NYSEArca: XLF)...
J.P. Morgan leads charge in financial sector
October 12, 2011
Bank of America Weighs on Financial ETFs
October 03, 2011
Bank of America (NYSE: BAC) shares fell nearly 10% on Monday and pulled down financial exchange traded funds, which led the overall stock market lower. B. of A. shares were pummeled while technical...
B. of A. may be on the move in after-hours trade
September 09, 2011
Bank of America Corp. may stay active Friday evening, with the bank in focus during the day following reports that it is considering a plan to lay off thousands of workers.
ETF Chart of the Day: Leveraged Financial Sector Funds
September 08, 2011
Bullish options flow was evident in exchange traded funds indexed to the U.S. financials sector on Wednesday with relevant activity in both SPDR KBW Bank (NYSEArca: KBE) and Financial Select Sector...
Citi, B. of A. lead swoon in financial shares
September 06, 2011
U.S. financial stocks swoon Tuesday morning, catching up with markets in Europe and Asia, which fell the day before.
US Risking Recession With Attack on Big Banks: Bove
September 06, 2011
A government desire to break up the nation's largest banks and discourage lending is going to force the US into a recession, analyst Dick Bove told CNBC.
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Bank of New York leads financials lower
September 01, 2011
Shares of Bank of New York Mellon led the financial sector lower on Thursday morning, falling 2% a day after the surprise resignation of the firm’s CEO Robert Kelly.
Are Bank ETFs Finally Turning Around?
August 31, 2011
Financial stocks leading the recent market bounce and Warren Buffett’s $5 billion investment in Bank of America (NYSE: BAC) have triggered talk that bank exchange traded funds have finally hit bottom....