Hospitality companies are among the biggest gainers during the broad market rally on Wednesday.
Stocks broadly were higher on Wednesday after President Joe Biden and congressional leaders expressed optimism about debt ceiling negotiations. Biden said he’s confident a default will be avoided, and McCarthy said it is possible to get a deal by the end of the week.
PEJ has remained well positioned this year as consumers have remained strong, maintaining purchasing power, despite the Fed’s interest rate increases. Earlier this year, data from TSA showed flight check ins in the U.S. that were at — if not above — pre-pandemic levels, suggesting the reopening trade is still a lucrative opportunity.
PEJ has outpaced broader markets year to date, up 10.8% compared to the 7.7% climb from the S&P 500.
Under the Hood of the Invesco Invesco Dynamic Leisure & Entertainment ETF
PEJ comprises 30 U.S. leisure and entertainment companies. These are companies that are principally engaged in the design, production, or distribution of goods or services in the leisure and entertainment industries.
According to Rene Reyna, head of thematic and specialty product strategy for Invesco, the companies included in PEJ tend to have clients that are businesses or higher-end consumers. The higher-end client base generally means they are more insulated from inflation and rising interest rates.
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