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Regardless of whether or not consumers will act on deals and continue the recent upward trend of spending, Black Friday will have an impact on these ETFs.
QE2 and raising global demand for crude could lift oil ETFs.
As gold tops $1,400 an ounce, the precious metal has given support to certain gold ETFs.
Three ETFs may benefit as Amazon looks to acquire others in the online retail space.
Biofuels are going to be a significant part of the road transport fuel mix going forward.
These exchange-traded funds are likely to benefit from expansion of the U.S. economy.
These ETFs could get a lift from an increase in consumer spending which contributed to a rise in third-quarter GDP.
Exchange-traded funds that track sugar prices could get a boost from uncertainty about the use of genetically modified sugar-beet seeds.
Rising oil demand could boost crude prices and lift these four exchange-traded funds.
These ETFs have been rising because they offer an opportunity to debt that banks are unwilling to take on.