To help investors keep up with the markets, we present our ETF Scorecard. The Scorecard takes a step back and looks at how various asset classes across the globe are performing.
The week kicked off on a sour note as markets logged in their biggest one-day decline of the year on news of Greece failing to make a payment to the IMF.
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Risk Appetite Review
Greece failing to make its IMF payment sent U.S. equities into a tumble, with SPY, high-beta SPHB, and the equal-weight RSP logging in a negative five-day return. The low volatility fund did, however, manage to eke out a small gain.
Major Index Review
U.S. and global markets ended in the red for the week. Over the trailing month, developed markets are now the worst performer, though all of the other major indexes on this list are also in negative territory.
Foreign Equity Review
With the exception of Brazil and India, the other emerging market, single country ETFs tumbled this week. On the month, all of the below ETFs are down, with the exception of India.
Agriculture prices posted the biggest gains for the week once again, whereas oil prices saw the biggest decline from this group.
The U.S. dollar ended in positive territory once again this week, pushing other currencies lower, with the exception of the yen.
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Disclosure: No positions at time of writing.