|Bid||0.00 x 0|
|Ask||0.00 x 0|
|Day's Range||231.89 - 233.12|
|52 Week Range||178.64 - 233.12|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.17%|
November natural gas (UGAZ) (GASL) futures contracts trading in NYMEX rose 0.7% and closed at $2.87 per MMBtu on October 19, 2017.
The US Dollar Index rose 0.22% to 93.14 on October 16. It's near a one-week high. The US dollar (UUP) rose due to the rise in US Treasury yields.
The start of Q3 earnings season has gone mostly as expected—a little bumpy for the markets, but still bullish enough to hit Dow 23,000.
Copper prices have regained momentum in October after showing weakness in the last month. So far, copper has risen 4.9% in October.
November WTI (or West Texas Intermediate) crude oil (USO)(UCO) futures contracts fell 1.4% and closed at $50.60 per barrel on October 12.
With a lofty +0.4% PPI read (as expected, but still lofty), double the August figure of +0.2% and also +0.4% ex-food and energy, this is the type of inflation metric the Fed had long been seeking.
In the 40th week of 2017, the BDTI fluctuated between 758 and 776. However, on the last day of the week, the index stood at 776, where it was at the start of the week.
Richard Thaler demonstrated how ???economic agents are human, and economic models have to incorporate that." So what is it Thaler is so worried about now?
The US Dollar Index fell 0.1% to 93.55 on October 9, 2017. However, it rose almost 1.1% last week. The US dollar (UUP) is near a ten-week high.
US crude oil futures contracts for November delivery rose 0.6% to $49.58 per barrel on October 9. Brent crude oil futures rose 0.3% and closed at $55.79.
Earnings season technically got underway last week with 17 of the S&P 500 constituent companies reporting.
We expected some hurricane effect in today's non-farm jobs data, but few predicted a swing to the negative: -33K new jobs were created in September.
Oil prices are at a two-week low. The rise in Cushing crude oil inventories by 1.6 MMbbls on September 22–29, 2017, weighed on crude oil prices.
In week 39, the week ending September 29, the BDTI rose to 776 from 772. In week 38, the index rose by 28 points. It rose for the fifth consecutive week.