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REAL ESTATE SELECT SECTOR SPDR FUND THE (NYSE Arca: XLRE)
Last Trade
2:34 p.m. - 36.675
Change
 0.455 ( 1.23%)
Shares Traded
13,247
Day's Volume
3,397,844
Book Value
NA
Price/Book
NA
Beta
0.9307
Day's Range
36.62 - 36.85
Prev Close
37.13
Open
36.80
52 Wk Range
31.99 - 40.75
EPS
NA
PE
NA
Quarterly Div/Shr
0.2636
Ex-Div
03/18/24
Yield
2.87%
Shares Out.
155.15M
Market Cap.
5.69B
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Fri, 24 May 2024
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Thu, 23 May 2024
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Real estate, REIT opportunities in this high rate environment
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Wed, 17 Apr 2024
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How real estate investors should play higher interest rates
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Tue, 09 Apr 2024
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Office vacancies soar to record high: Expert
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Fri, 29 Mar 2024
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New York leads 2024 office demand outlook, San Francisco tech sector lags: VTS
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Thu, 28 Mar 2024
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Consumer sentiment, pending home sales data top expectations
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Fri, 08 Mar 2024
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Wed, 21 Feb 2024
22:29:40 +0000
US housing underwent 'coastal Sun Belt revolution': Meredith Whitney
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