ETFdb Weekly Watchlist: SPY, EWU, XLI Hinge On U.S. GDP, Bank of England, And ISM Manufacturing

By: ETFdb
Wall Street was in for several lackluster trading sessions last week, as a mixed bag of earnings and economic reports kept equities trading in a narrow range. Travelers (TRV), Apple (AAPL) and Facebook (FB) beat both earnings and revenue estimates, but fast-food giant McDonald’s (MCD), Hasbro (HAS) and Haliburton (HAL) missed analyst expectations. On the economic front, existing-home sales fell 1.2% in June, while new home sales rose 8.3%. In separate reports, the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond reported that manufacturing activity in the central Atlantic region contracted in July, falling to -11, while durable-goods orders for June rose 4.2%. This week, investors will once again see a slew of earnings and economic reports. Below, we outline three ETFs that should see a fair amount of activity during the week ahead [see 25 Wild ETF Charts From 1H 2013]: 1. SPDR S&P 500 ETF Why SPY Will Be In Focus: This prolific S&P 500 ETF, home to over $151 billion in [...] Click here to read the original article on ETFdb.com. Related Posts: Daily ETF Roundup: XLI Pops, XHB Rallies On Foreclosure Data ETFdb Weekly Watchlist: XHB, TLT, XLI Hinge On Housing, Durable Goods And Bernanke 3 ETFs To Watch This Week: EWJ, XLI, EWU ETF Insider: European Tensions On The Horizon ETF Insider: The Ascent Continues
Wall Street was in for several lackluster trading sessions last week, as a mixed bag of earnings and economic reports kept equities trading in a narrow range. Travelers (TRV), Apple (AAPL) and Facebook (FB) beat both earnings and revenue estimates, but fast-food giant McDonald’s (MCD), Hasbro (HAS)  and Haliburton (HAL) missed analyst expectations. On the economic front, existing-home sales fell 1.2% in June, while new home sales rose 8.3%. In separate reports, the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond reported that manufacturing activity in the central Atlantic region contracted in July, falling to -11, while durable-goods orders for June rose 4.2%. This week, investors will once again see a slew of earnings and economic reports. Below, we outline three ETFs that should see a fair amount of activity during the week ahead [see 25 Wild ETF Charts From 1H 2013]: 1. SPDR S&P 500 ETF Why SPY Will Be In Focus: This prolific S&P 500 ETF, home to over $151 billion in [...]

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