IVV

iShares Core S&P 500 ETF
NYSEARCA

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330.48
-0.99
-0.30%
Opening 10:58 09/23 EDT
OPEN
332.08
PREV CLOSE
331.46
HIGH
332.38
LOW
329.68
VOLUME
1.01M
TURNOVER
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52 WEEK HIGH
360.26
52 WEEK LOW
220.28
TOTAL ASSET
220.43B
YTD YIELD
8.35%
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Is The U.S. Economic Recovery Fading?
Several GDP nowcasts for the upcoming Q3 report (due on Oct. 29 from the Bureau of Economic Analysis) are pointing to a strong rise.After plunging in March and April, the US MEI rebounded sharply but has been treading water in recent weeks.The standard numbers still leave plenty of room for caution. That includes the weekly jobless claims numbers.
Seekingalpha · 3h ago
How One Fossil Fuel Free ETF Proved Oil Doesn’t Pay
Five years ago, State Street started a new, green fund. The world hasn’t been the same since.
Bloomberg · 4h ago
Dependency And Disconnect Of U.S. Financial Markets
U.S. stock and corporate bond markets performed extraordinarily well from the March financial shock caused by COVID-19 to the end of last month.Then, three consecutive weeks of decline in the three major stock market indexes have been followed this week by a global slump attributed to fears of new lockdowns.A period of disconnect of financial markets with the underlying real economy has culminated in a revelation of the former’s high dependency on Federal Reserve policies.
Seekingalpha · 8h ago
Government Debt: Accelerating Growth
The Congressional Budget Office is making some projections that are breath-taking when it comes to the growth of the federal debt, but also how slow the economy is to grow.The CBO projects economic growth will average only 1.6 percent over the next thirty years and the federal debt in 2050 will be almost double the size of annual GDP.Furthermore, debt loads all over the economy are at or near historic highs and businesses and consumers will be hard-pressed to generate sufficient cash flow to carry the debt.
Seekingalpha · 9h ago
Breaking Down September's Market Decline
We are on track for the worst September since 2002, when the market sank 11% for the month.Don't underestimate the dip-buyers. Mostly retail types, they have been in control of this market since March 23.Today's action marks the beginning of the weighing machine market.
Seekingalpha · 14h ago
Technically Speaking: Market Realized No Help Is Coming
The death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Ginsberg has sparked a replay of the 2016 passing of Justice Scalia.The Federal Reserve is trying to plug a hole that fiscal policy was widely expected to fill by now.The pickup in volatility over the last couple of years is more akin to a broader "topping" process for the markets.
Seekingalpha · 15h ago
Coloring Outside The Lines
The Dow and S&P 500 recently broke below key support.Fresh worries are causing the bears to color outside the lines.The action in the near-term could tell us a lot about where we go from here from an intermediate-term basis.
Seekingalpha · 20h ago
In America, Money Grows On Trees, Right?
A new wave of policy proposals is gaining steam, centered around the idea that the US can use unlimited amounts of debt (or money printing) without consequence.Currently, the US does not "print" spendable dollars. The increase in debt, however, has been having measurable consequences on the rate of growth in the economy.Debt in the US surpassed 400% of GDP for the first time in history, setting the stage for weak economic growth to come.No, in America, money does not grow on trees, and the increase in debt already has had profoundly negative impacts on the rate of improvement in the standard of living.Under record amounts of debt, economic growth will continue to fall in real terms, pushing down the risk premium on long-term Treasury bonds.
Seekingalpha · 21h ago
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Date
Period
Agency
Ratings
08/31/2020
3 Year
Morningstar
08/31/2020
5 Year
Morningstar
08/31/2020
10 Year
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Return
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1-Month
5.0773%
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3-Month
11.1314%
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6-Month
16.1786%
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1-Year
8.3481%
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3-Year
13.9183%
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5-Year
14.3668%
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10-Year
14.3650%
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Since Inception
6.3606%
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Profile
Fund Name
iShares Core S&P 500 ETF
Risk
Low risk
Inception Date
2000-05-15
Benchmark
S&P 500 TR
Advisor Company
iShares
Custodian
State Street Bank & Trust Co