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SPDR Dorsey Wright Fixed Income Allocation ETF (DWFI) Quote & Summary Data

DWFI 
$22.6401
*  
0.0299
0.13%
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Exchange:NASDAQ

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Key Stock Data

Best Bid / Ask
$ 22.65 / $ 22.72
Today's High / Low
$ 22.6953 / $ 22.60
Share Volume
7,782
50 Day Avg. Daily Volume
N/A
Previous Close
$ 22.67
52 Week High / Low
$ 25.82 / $ 22.67
Market Cap
133,576,590
Annualized Dividend
$ 1.3354
Ex Dividend Date
Nov. 1, 2018
Dividend Payment Date
Nov. 7, 2018
Current Yield
5.89 %

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News for DWFI

Shares Traded

Share Volume:
7,782
50 Day Avg. Daily Volume:
N/A

Trading Range

The current last sale of $22.6401 is -0.13% Lower than the 52 week low.

Intraday Last 52 Weeks
High: $ 22.6953 $ 25.82
 Low: $ 22.60 $ 22.67

Nasdaq Official Price

Open Price:
$ 22.60
Open Date:
Nov. 16, 2018
Close Price:
$ 22.69
Close Date:
Nov. 15, 2018

Description

The SPDR Dorsey Wright Fixed Income Allocation ETF seeks to provide investment results that, before fees and expenses, correspond generally to the price and yield performance of the Dorsey Wright Fixed Income Allocation Index.


Underlying Index Dorsey Wright Fixed Income Allocation Index
Management Fee 0.6
Asset Class equity
Leverage 1
Top Holdings
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