Tuesday, October 7, 2008

XLF Equals Mid-July Low

The all-time low for XLF was 16.61 back in July. XLF, the closely-watched financial ETF, just touced this low as I type this, following the report of a pending U.K. bank bailout/rescue plan.

1 comments:

John said...

Broke it today:

http://finance.google.com/finance?client=ob&q=AMEX:XLF

Soundly...

Thanks BofA... What were you thinking doing a $10 Bn secondary after not raising capital until now...

MET Life paid dividends as well...

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