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Slideshow 10 ETFs With Notable Outflows

By The Online Investor Staff, updated Fri., Feb. 27, 6:36 AM

(1) Notable ETF Outflow Detected - XLY, CMCSA, AMZN, MCD triggered: 02/26/2015

Fund Name: Consumer Discretionary Select Sector SPDR Fund
Issuer: State Street
Total Net Assets: $8,745,600,945
Inception: 12/16/1998
Related Index: S&P Consumer Discretionary Select Sector Index
Expense Ratio:  0.15% 
Net Asset Value:  $76.32  
Recent NAV Discount:  -0.01% 
NAV Symbol:  XLY.NV  
Number of Holdings:  87  
Annualized Yield:  1.24%  
Annualized Distribution:  0.946  

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February 27, 2015    6:36 AM Eastern
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Buy (3.01 out of 4)
60th percentile
(ranked higher than approx. 60% of all etfs covered)
Based on Zacks ABR data for ETF's holdings; powered by Xignite

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