YCL

ProShares Ultra Yen
NYSEARCA

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58.29
-0.15
-0.26%
Closed 16:00 10/26 EDT
OPEN
58.18
PREV CLOSE
58.44
HIGH
58.29
LOW
58.18
VOLUME
197
TURNOVER
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52 WEEK HIGH
63.84
52 WEEK LOW
52.08
TOTAL ASSET
2.88M
YTD YIELD
2.18%
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Performance
Greenback Stabilizes
The dollar is consolidating yesterday's losses.Equities are lower, and benchmark yields are little changed.The S&P 500 is trading a little lower following yesterday's 0.2% decline.Gold rose almost 1% yesterday, the most in a couple of weeks, on the back of the weaker dollar.WTI for December delivery slumped 4% yesterday and slipped below the $40-mark and straddled today.
Seekingalpha · 4d ago
Dollar Slumps As Yields Rise
The dollar is falling against most of the world's currencies today.Sterling and the Norwegian krone are leading the majors higher.The Chinese yuan extended its gains and is now at the best level since July 2018.In Asia, most of the large markets gained, but China, India, and a handful of smaller bourses were sold.Europe's Dow Jones Stoxx 600 is off for the third day and the sixth session in the past seven.
Seekingalpha · 5d ago
Narrowly Mixed Markets As Clearer Direction Sought
In the Asia-Pacific region, Japan, Taiwan, and Australian bourses led declines, while China, Honk Kong, South Korea, and India advanced.Europe's Dow Jones Stoxx 600 is straddling little-changed levels.US shares are recouping part of the losses suffered late yesterday.The euro and the Scandis are leading most of the major currencies higher.Emerging market currencies are narrowly mixed.
Seekingalpha · 6d ago
Sterling And Yuan Resilience, While Rate Differentials Aid Dollar
The US dollar rose against nearly all the major currencies last week. The yen was the sole exception.Of the majors, the Australian dollar suffered more than a 2% decline following the strongest signals to date that that Reserve Bank of Australia will do more to support the economy.However, it is still a question of precisely what it will do.
Seekingalpha · 10/18 17:03
Markets Shake And Dollar Goes Bid
Led by a 2% drop in Hong Kong, Asia-Pacific equities tumbled, with the exception of Australia.The Dow Jones Stoxx 600 is off for a third day, but the nearly 2.2% decline is the largest drop since September 21.US shares are also lower.The dollar is gaining across the board.The Antipodeans and Scandis are the weakest. Even the yen is softer.
Seekingalpha · 10/15 11:30
Markets Look For Fresh Incentives
In China, the September surplus fell to $37 bln from almost $59 bln. The median forecast in the Bloomberg survey was for a $60 bln surplus.European stocks are struggling a bit, and the consolidative tone is threatening to end the three-day advance.The US reports September CPI. The headline rate is expected to tick up to 1.4% from 1.3% in August.
Seekingalpha · 10/13 11:42
CAD/JPY Faces A Risky Winter, But Upside Could Be Found As Canada Rebounds
CAD/JPY tumbled harshly in Q1 2020 on the back of collapsing risk sentiment and lower oil prices.However, while Canadian GDP growth sank more aggressively than Japan's, real yields are, in fact, stable, and oil prices are off their lows.While oil prices are struggling to gain further ground (still down by a third since the start of the year), a simply stable backdrop will support CAD.CAD has already regained its lost ground against USD. CAD/JPY may also return to its recent heights in 2019, yet the winter months must first pass.The world is currently facing a second wave of COVID-19. Longer term, there is plenty of reason to buy CAD/JPY. Near term, there are large risks.
Seekingalpha · 10/12 09:02
FXY: Little Room Left On The Downside
The yen has been gradually appreciating in the past few years, limiting the upside gain in equities.In the short run, there is potential for JPY strength due to the rising uncertainty associated with the US elections (and Brexit).However, the downside gains on FXY remain limited as we expect the BoJ to start intervening in order to reverse the trend in the yen.
Seekingalpha · 10/10 04:26
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Period
Return
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1-Month
-0.5041%
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3-Month
4.7468%
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6-Month
0.1317%
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1-Year
2.1800%
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3-Year
-2.0351%
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5-Year
0.5764%
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10-Year
-7.5387%
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Since Inception
-4.6554%
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Fund Name
ProShares Ultra Yen
Risk
Low risk
Inception Date
2008-11-24
Benchmark
Bloomberg Barclays Multiverse TR USD Unhedged
Advisor Company
ProShares
Custodian
The Bank of New York Mellon
Manager
Team Managed