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SPTI

SPDR® Portfolio Intmdt Term Trs ETF
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33.13
-0.03
-0.09%
Closed 16:00 10/19 EDT
OPEN
33.12
PREV CLOSE
33.16
HIGH
33.15
LOW
33.11
VOLUME
277.54K
TURNOVER
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52 WEEK HIGH
33.40
52 WEEK LOW
30.83
TOTAL ASSET
2.56B
YTD YIELD
8.27%
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Weekly Commentary: Moral Hazard Pinnacle
European bond prices have an unmistakable correlation to European COVID infections.The strategy of ensuring the banking system remains well capitalized - while letting market-based finance run wild - may have plausible theoretical underpinnings.The "penalty rate" issue is key to mitigating moral hazard.
Seekingalpha · 1d ago
Weighing The Week Ahead: Will Strong Earnings Signal An Economic Rebound?
There are continuing political and pandemic stories that could dominate the news cycle at any time.Many of the normal economic indicators are not helpful in the wake of the COVID lockdown decline.Retail sales improved 1.9% in September, beating expectations of a 0.6% gain and August’s 0.6% increase.Initial jobless claims increased to 898K versus expectations of 830K and the prior week’s 845K.Technical measures are reasonably strong. Trends remain intact and support levels have generally not been violated.
Seekingalpha · 1d ago
Market Regains Footing On Hopes Of More Stimulus
The inherent problem of tying your Presidency to the stock market is that it's all fine until it isn't.The market rallied on what is for now "hope" of more stimulus. There is still no deal on Capitol Hill, and the parties are still far apart primarily on funding for states and municipalities.Both candidates have the wrong policy prescription for fixing what ails the economy. However, this is "the trap."
Seekingalpha · 10/11 15:35
Weekly Commentary: Weird
At least for now, for the markets it's weirder the better.With Biden's lead appearing increasingly insurmountable (with less than four weeks to go), we can assume there was this week significant buying associated with the partial reversal of market hedges.Chairman Powell made his contribution to Weird Week.
Seekingalpha · 10/11 14:28
Postponed For Now, But Next COVID-19 Bailout Will Triple Treasury Note Supply
It's postponed for now, but Congress will likely pass a second COVID-19 bailout bill of around $2 trillion, probably by a January transition of power at the latest.Funds will have to be raised from longer-term debt, since short-term Treasury bill issuance already is supersaturated, about $1.4 trillion coming due every month now since May.This spectacular rate of turnover is left over from the funding of the first bailout bill.In order to pay for the second bill, the rate of issuance of longer-term Treasury notes will have to be at least triple what it has been over the last six years.I take you through the math below.
Seekingalpha · 10/07 14:40
Latest Rise In 10-Year Yield Stirs Reflation Forecasts... Again
It doesn't take much to set reflation expectations on fire these days.With US interest rates near zero (or negative in some parts of the world), a mild uptick in yields inspires a new round of forecasts that a sustained run of higher inflation has finally started.The immediate cause of the higher rates seems to be renewed prospects for a stimulus package passing muster with Republicans and Democrats in Washington.The latest uptick is far from definitive proof, but perhaps it's a start… or just more noise on the path to even lower realms.
Seekingalpha · 10/06 19:45
Growing Worries Over Rising Interest Rates
Some earnings and revenue growth data was going to be added on the Financial sector, but given the drop in the 10-year Treasury this morning, with the 10-year Treasury yield now at 74 bps, a post dedicated to worries about rising interest rates made more sense.A steepening yield curve would no doubt help the Financial sector, but I think the 10-year Treasury yield would need to rise over 90 bps to start to make bond investors nervous.The bond vigilantes haven't gone away, they've just been punched in the teeth repeatedly the last two decades.
Seekingalpha · 10/06 11:57
Long-Term S&P 500 Returns, Election Event Risk, Financial Sector And More
There seem to be too many different types of risks developing around the Presidential election.Personally, I still think Financials in general and bank stocks in particular are more "value" than "value trap" but more patience will be required.It's another dry week for S&P 500 earnings releases, but the fireworks really start once again in the week of October 12th, 2020 when the big banks and many financial companies kick off 3rd quarter earnings.
Seekingalpha · 10/05 19:04
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Period
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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
-0.0417%
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3-Month
0.9598%
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6-Month
3.1171%
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1-Year
8.2684%
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3-Year
5.1683%
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5-Year
3.6098%
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10-Year
2.7368%
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Since Inception
3.7785%
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Fund Name
SPDR® Portfolio Intmdt Term Trs ETF
Risk
Low risk
Inception Date
2007-05-23
Benchmark
Bloomberg Barclays U.S. Govt Bond Intermediate TR
Advisor Company
State Street Global Advisors Ltd
Custodian
State Street Bank & Trust Co
Manager
Madden/Moy/Imer