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Invesco DB Energy ETF: (DBE)

(Delayed Data from NYSE) As of Dec 1, 2021 03:59 PM ET

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$15.35 USD

15.35
323,617

-0.25 (-1.60%)

Volume: 323,617

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ETF Quote Details

Previous Close 15.60
Open 15.91
Bid 14.39
Ask 16.40
Day Low-High 15.32-16.04
52wk Low-High 10.19-18.82
Volume 323,617
NAV (month end) 18.25
Premium (+)/Discount (-) (month end)-2.65

Zacks Premium Research for DBE

Zacks ETF Rank

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 Risk

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ETF Expense Ratio

Expense Ratio 0.77%
Dividend (Yield) $0.00 (0.00%)
Issuer INVESCO

Benchmark for DBE

DBIQ OPTIMUM YIELD ENERGY INDEX EXCS RET

The DBIQ Optimum Yield Energy Index Excess Return Index is a rules-based index composed of futures contracts on some of the most heavily traded energy commodities in the world: Light Sweet Crude Oil (WTI); Heating Oil; Brent Crude Oil; RBOB Gasoline; & Natural Gas. It is intended to reflect the performance of the energy sector.

Fund Summary for DBE

INVESCO DB ENERGY ETF

The Invesco DB Energy ETF seeks to track changes, whether positive or negative, in the level of the DBIQ Optimum Yield Energy Index Excess Return plus the interest income from the holdings of primarily US Treasury securities and money market income less expenses.