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SPDR SP INTERNATIONAL ENERGY SECTOR: (AMEX : IPW)

(U.S : AMEX) As of Apr 17, 2014 02:12 PM ET

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$27.52 USD

+0.26 (0.95%)

Volume: 1,175

Zacks ETF Rank: 0 - Not Rated [?]          

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Zacks Rank Definition
1 Strong Buy
2 Buy
3 Hold
4 Sell
5 Strong Sell

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ETF Quote Details

Previous Close 27.26
Open 28.00
Bid 26.68
Ask 28.73
Day Low-High 27.52-28.00
52wk Low-High 22.57-28.00
Volume 1,175
NAV (month end) 26.56
Premium (+)/Discount (-) (month end)+0.70

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Zacks ETF Rank [?] Not rated 0
ETF Risk [?] NA

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This is our ETF rating system that serves as a timeliness indicator for ETFs over the next 6 months:

Zacks Rank Definition
1 Strong Buy
2 Buy
3 Hold
4 Sell
5 Strong Sell

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ETF Expense Ratio

Expense Ratio 0.50%
Dividend (Yield) $0.81 (2.95%)
Issuer STATE STREET GLOBAL ADVISORS

Benchmark for IPW

SP-CITIGROUP BMI WORLD EX-US ENERGY SEC

The S&P Developed Ex-U.S. BMI Energy Sector Index represents the non-U.S. energy sub-industry of developed countries included in the S&P Broad Market Index. The Global BMI Index captures the full universe of institutionally investable stocks in developed and emerging markets with float-adjusted market capitalizations of at least $100 million.

Fund Summary for IPW

SPDR SP INTERNATIONAL ENERGY SECTOR

The SPDR S&P Energy Sector ETF seeks to provide investment results that, before fees and expenses, correspond generally to the total return performance of the S&P Developed Ex-U.S. BMI Energy Sector Index, an index that tracks the energy sector of developed global markets outside the United States.