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Earnings & Movers
Daily review of stock specific news including ETFs w/ greatest exposure, curated links and running tally of S&P 500 earnings results for the current reporting period.
- Macy's Stock Is Becoming More of a Real-Estate Play - Barron's via MarketWatch
- CVS Q4 beat buoys health insurers - Seeking Alpha
- Coronavirus Spurs Demand for Niche Raw Materials - WSJ
- Shopify Stock Is Soaring Because Earnings Blew Past Expectations - Barron's
Video of the Day: Online Retail (IBUY) vs S&P Retail (XRT)
Macy's announced today that it would be closing up more stores while Amazon topped analyst estimates last week on earnings and revenues. The trend towards Ecommerce and away from big box retailers has been happening for years.
Using the SPDR S&P Retail ETF (XRT) and the Amplify Online Retail ETF (IBUY), how have online retail ETFs performed vs aggregate retail ETFs and what are key composition differences?