Friday's ETF Winners & Losers

Energy-related ETFs jump.
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Energy-related ETFs jumped Friday as crude prices spiked. Oil futures were recently adding $1.22 to $59.08 a barrel after word of reduced output from Norway. The

iShares Dow Jones U.S. Oil Equipment Index

(IEZ) - Get Report

ETF was gaining 2.9% to $42.06. The

Oil Services HOLDRs

(OIH) - Get Report

ETF was climbing by 2.5% to $129, and the

SPDR Oil & Gas Equipment & Services

(XES) - Get Report

was higher by 2.8% to $27.10.

ETFs related to commodities were also among the top performers, as gold and silver prices jumped. Recently, gold futures were adding $13.10 to $593.40 an ounce, and silver was up 31 cents to $11.69 an ounce.

The

Market Vectors Gold Miners

(GDX) - Get Report

ETF was gaining 91 cents, or 2.6%, to $35.61. The

iShares Silver Trust

(SLV) - Get Report

ETF tacked on $3.12, or 2.8%, to $116.03. The

streetTRACKS Gold Shares

(GLD) - Get Report

was recently up $1.02, or 1.8%, to $58.51, and the

SPDR Metals & Mining

(XME) - Get Report

was higher by 60 cents, or 1.3%, to $45.38.

Retail ETFs were among the worst performers. Dow component

Home Depot

(HD) - Get Report

sank nearly 3% after the Commerce Department said retail sales fell 0.4% in September. Economists had anticipated a 0.2% rise for September.

The

Retail HOLDRs

(RTH) - Get Report

ETF was falling by 0.8% to $99.79. The

SPDR Retail

(XRT) - Get Report

ETF was recently down 0.1% to $41.31.

Elsewhere, ETFs tracking homebuilders were weaker after

Centex

(CTX)

warned and bond yields rose. The benchmark 10-year Treasury note was down 7/32 in price to yield 4.80% after a strong read on the University of Michigan's preliminary consumer sentiment index for October.

The

iShares Dow Jones U.S. Home Construction

(ITB) - Get Report

ETF was losing $1.27, or 3.2%, to $38.80. The

SPDR Homebuilders

(XHB) - Get Report

ETF was giving back $1.10, or 3.1%, to $34.40, and the

PowerShares Dynamic Building & Construction

(PKB) - Get Report

ETF was falling 10 cents, or 0.6%, to $15.64.