MARKET

IWP

IWP

iShares Russell Mid-Cap Growth ETF
NYSEARCA
108.63
+1.92
+1.80%
Closed 16:00 04/23 EDT
OPEN
107.40
PREV CLOSE
106.71
HIGH
108.91
LOW
107.19
VOLUME
3.03M
TURNOVER
0
52 WEEK HIGH
114.60
52 WEEK LOW
85.03
TOTAL ASSET
14.45B
YTD YIELD
20.49%
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U.S. Economic Growth Up, Fed Rate Cuts Coming Later
Seeking Alpha · 17h ago
Expect Equity Market Corrections
Home Market Outlook Today's Market Expect Equity Market Corrections Apr. 23, 2024. Market corrections are a normal function of the equity market. The S&P 500 Index is now outperforming the Nasdaq 100 Index. Company outlooks will be an important indication of the year ahead.
Seeking Alpha · 18h ago
Gold And Bitcoin Rallies Vs. U.S. Dollar Strength
Seeking Alpha · 18h ago
The Next Fed Meeting And The Potential Impact On 2024 Equity Returns
Federal Reserve's upcoming FOMC meeting will have a significant impact on the equity market and stock prices. I don't expect an interest rate cut at the meeting and see a possibility for higher 10-year rates in the next 1-2 years. I see a gloomy return profile for the S&P 500 index in 2024.
Seeking Alpha · 21h ago
'No Rate Cut' Bear Scares S&P 500 Into Retreat
The S&P 500 fell again during the third week of April 2024. Main driving force behind the falling level of stock prices are slipping expectations for when and by how much the Federal Reserve will cut interest rates during 2024. The index has dropped 5.5% below its record peak closing value from 28 March 2024.
Seeking Alpha · 23h ago
Should Vanguard S&P Mid-Cap 400 Growth ETF (IVOG) Be on Your Investing Radar?
NASDAQ · 1d ago
The 'Mag Seven' Components Take Big Hits As Boring May Becoming Beautiful
Friday’s trade makes you wonder if the game is not over for the ‘Magnificent Seven’ The bulletproof case may be unwinding for Big Tech. The market seems to be getting comfortable with the Fed message of “higher for longer” Big Tech has become a parking lot for those seeking growth without economic sensitivity.
Seeking Alpha · 1d ago
S&P 500 Earnings: So Far, The Pattern Is Typical, But Mega-Cap Earnings This Week Loom Large
So far, the typical earnings pattern for the S&P 500 is showing no signs of anything amiss. The mega-caps will simply trade at lower multiples than they have in the past few years. The hallmark of any bull or bear market is P/E expansion and contraction. The top 10-12 market cap names comprise roughly 24-25% of the s&p 500’s earnings weight. Mega-Cap Earnings this week are expected to be strong.
Seeking Alpha · 1d ago
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Profile
Fund Name
iShares Russell Mid-Cap Growth ETF
Inception Date
2001-07-17
Benchmark
Russell Mid Cap Growth TR USD
Advisor Company
BlackRock Fund Advisors
Custodian
JPMorgan Chase Bank NA
Manager
Greg Savage, Jennifer Hsui, Amy Whitelaw, Paul Whitehead