ULE

ProShares Ultra Euro
NYSEARCA

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14.44
-0.13
-0.89%
Closed 16:00 09/23 EDT
OPEN
14.54
PREV CLOSE
14.57
HIGH
14.54
LOW
14.43
VOLUME
13.10K
TURNOVER
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52 WEEK HIGH
15.72
52 WEEK LOW
12.25
TOTAL ASSET
6.09M
YTD YIELD
8.96%
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Darkest Before Dawn
China continues to harass Taiwan with incursions into its air defense zone. The bullying practice has escalated in the past week or so.European banks took 174.5 bln euros from the ECB's latest Targeted Long-Term Refinancing Operation.In the UK, Chancellor Sunak canceled the fall budget and is expected to present a new jobs support program to Parliament today.
Seekingalpha · 13m ago
Fiscal, Not Monetary, To Determine Europe's Inflation Path Ahead
It used to be that central banks heavily influenced inflation through tools such as interest rates, money supply and bank reserves.However, in a post-COVID-19 world with interest rates close to their lower bounds, this balance may be shifting, with fiscal policy now a much more important factor driving inflation.Given this more subdued private sector demand and higher savings, we expect inflationary pressures to remain weak in Europe in the coming year.
Seekingalpha · 18h ago
Trying To Find Solid Ground
Japan's preliminary September PMI was little changed from October, and the composite remained below the 50 boom/bust level.The French PMI showed a similar pattern to the German report, but a bit worse.The US preliminary PMI is expected to follow the European pattern of a continued recovery in the manufacturing sector and some softness in services.
Seekingalpha · 1d ago
Conceptualizing The Volatility Decay Of Leveraged Funds
In this article I will walk you through the commonly used but wrong way to think about volatility decay.We'll then walk through an example of volatility decay with realistic numbers.Afterwards, we'll build a simple mathematical model to calculate volatility decay from first principles.We'll compare the model with back-test simulations done on portfoliovisualizer.com.
Seekingalpha · 1d ago
Turnaround Tuesday?
The S&P 500 tumbled for its fourth consecutive, the longest losing streak since February. The dollar strengthened broadly.Asia Pacific shares were lower, led by a 2.4% decline in South Korea and around a 1% loss in China and Taiwan.Gold held yesterday's low near $1882.50. Last month's low was nearer $1863. It is poking above $1900 in Europe.November WTI slipped below $39 a barrel yesterday but has remained above there today and is testing the $40 area.
Seekingalpha · 2d ago
Risk Appetites Join Tokyo On Vacation
Not surprisingly, China's Prime Loan Rate was left unchanged for the fifth consecutive month at 3.85% and 4.65%, respectively, for the one and five-year benchmarks.S&P is concerned that Spain's political climate may struggle to pass the 2021 budget and continue to press ahead with reforms.Sterling encountered offers over the last three sessions around $1.30, and today it has been sold down to $1.2835.
Seekingalpha · 2d ago
The Charts: Ugly Equities And A Range Bound Dollar
The major central banks have met, and not one announced fresh policy action.All the brouhaha about the rapid rise of the euro misses that it has been moving sideways for nearly two months.With all the commentary on the euro, it was the yen, whose 1.6% gain last week, led the majors.It arguably was a cleaner way to express a bearish dollar view.
Seekingalpha · 3d ago
EUR/JPY Finds Support With Positive Risk Sentiment, But Yen Remains Attractive
EUR/JPY has rallied, yet the Japanese yen remains attractive as a hedge against present and continued global uncertainties. Risk sentiment has no doubt helped the euro to beat the Japanese yen in recent weeks, but the upside may be short-lived, even if risk sentiment remains positive. Japan GDP growth technically out-performed the euro area this year. Meanwhile, the euro area is now flirting with deflation, which is not presently a problem for Japan. Furthermore, while EUR/JPY might be trading at a discount to fair value (using a long-term PPP model), I believe the current uncertainties that lie before us (including Brexit, which remains a risk to the euro area, not to mention COVID-19) could help to support an even stronger JPY premium. As head into the U.S. elections and the Brexit deadline at year-end, not to mention the new year in which fiscal interventions begin to unwind (and reveal which economies have been "swimming naked", to reference Buffett), the Japanese yen seems like a safe place to park capital.
Seekingalpha · 3d ago
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Period
Return
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1-Month
1.3562%
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3-Month
10.4315%
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6-Month
10.4559%
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1-Year
8.9577%
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3-Year
-4.6285%
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5-Year
-1.7810%
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10-Year
-4.6208%
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Since Inception
-4.2334%
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Fund Name
ProShares Ultra Euro
Risk
Low risk
Inception Date
2008-11-24
Benchmark
ICE BofA Pan Europe Government Bond TR
Advisor Company
ProShares
Custodian
The Bank of New York Mellon
Manager
Team Managed