Notable ETF Movers of the Day 04/05: (VXX) (FXI) Higher; (UNG) (FXE) Lower
- Top 10 News for 12/02 - 12/06: Facebook Snubbed Again; Bitcoin Mania!; New Deal for Apple?
- U.S. Adds Jobs at Higher Clip in November, Unemployment Rate Falls to 7%
- Bitcoin Crashes 21%
- Unusual 11 Mid-Day Movers 12/06: (MBLX) (VIFL) (BLDP) Higher; (RALY) (ULTA) (SEAC) Lower
- Sears Holdings (SHLD) Files to Spin-Off Lands' End Unit
- iPath S&P 500 VIX Short-Term Futures ETN (NYSE: VXX) up 1.13 percent to $17.68. The CBOE VIX is higher Thursday as investors and traders are evaluating debt news out of Europe as well as U.S. economic data.
Initial claims for last week came in at 357K, versus the consensus of 355K Continuing claims fell to 338K, versus views calling for 3360K.
- iShares FTSE China 25 Index Fund (NYSE: FXI) up 1.0 percent to $36.99. Shares in China higher on expectations of larger foreign investment as regulators loosen caps on foreign inflows as well as recent data leading to the government easing prior efforts to stem inflationary measures.
- United States Natural Gas (NYSE: UNG) down 1.25 percent to $15.86. Data from the EIA showed nat gas supplies rose 42 billion cubic feet (bcf) to 2.479 trillion cubic feet last week. Economists were looking for a rise between 33 - 37 bcf.
- CurrencyShares Euro Trust (NYSE: FXE) down 0.54 percent to $130.04. The euro slumping following the Spanish debt auction, which saw yields on 10-year bonds increase 406 basis points over yesterday's auction. The news points to concerns of potential contagion across the eurozone. The euro is off 0.57 percent to $1.3065.
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