SPDR S&P World ex-US ETF (GWL) Declines 0.27% for Jul 17

July 17, 2017 - By Winifred Garcia

Jul 17 is a negative day so far for SPDR S&P World ex-US ETF (NYSEARCA:GWL) as the ETF is active during the day after losing 0.27% to hit $29.57 per share. The exchange traded fund has 671.58M net assets and 0.65% volatility this month.

Over the course of the day 3,190 shares traded hands, as compared to an average volume of 97,470 over the last 30 days for SPDR S&P World ex-US ETF (NYSEARCA:GWL).

The ETF is -5.55% of its 52-Week High and 14.09% of its low, and is currently having ATR of 0.23. This year’s performance is -0.93% while this quarter’s performance is -3.59%.

The ETF’s YTD performance is 0%, the 1 year is 0% and the 3 year is 0%.

More notable recent SPDR S&P World ex-US (ETF) (NYSEARCA:GWL) news were published by: Fool.com which released: “5 Top Index Funds to Buy in January for a Profitable 2017” on January 07, 2017, also Forbes.com with their article: “These 7%+ Yields Are Crushing The S&P 500” published on June 01, 2017, Time.com published: “4 Big Investing Trends You Can Bet On for the Next Several Years” on January 03, 2017. More interesting news about SPDR S&P World ex-US (ETF) (NYSEARCA:GWL) were released by: Seekingalpha.com and their article: “Major Asset Classes July 2016 Performance Review” published on August 02, 2016 as well as Forbes.com‘s news article titled: “ETF Directory With Cost Ratings” with publication date: October 13, 2016.

SPDR S&P World ex US ETF seeks to replicate as closely as possible total return performance of the S&P/Citigroup BMI World Ex US Index (the Index). The ETF has market cap of $671.58 million. The Index is a market capitalization-weighted index that defines and measures the investable universe of publicly traded companies domiciled in developed countries outside the United States. It currently has negative earnings. The Index is float adjusted, meaning that only those shares publicly available to investors are included in the Index calculation.

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