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Friday's ETF Winners & Losers

Health care funds are stronger.


Telecom HOLDRs


exchange-traded fund was one of Friday's best performers as major holding


(AT) - Get Atlantic Power Corporation Report

rose nearly 2%. The Telecom HOLDRs was up 30 cents, or 0.9%, to $34.08.

Bundled securities tracking health care stocks were also among the winners, as individual names





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rose 2% or more.


iShares Dow Jones U.S. Healthcare Provider

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ETF was adding 0.7% to $52.88. The

Health Care Select Sector SPDR

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ETF was gaining 0.6% to $33.79. The

Vanguard Health Care

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ETF was higher by 0.5% to $57.86.

On the downside, ETFs related to oil services were among the weakest performers, as oil futures sank below the $57-a-barrel level. OPEC decided at an emergency meeting to cut output quotas by 1.2 million barrels a day. However, members of the group have sometimes neglected to go along with production cuts, and the U.S. Energy Department said it believed the actual reduction would be around half of the amount threatened.


PowerShares Dynamic Oil & Gas Services

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ETF was dropping 2.6% to $18.75. The

iShares Dow Jones U.S. Oil Equipment Index

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ETF was losing 2.2% to $42.44. The

Oil Service HOLDRs

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ETF was falling by 2% to $130.14, and the

SPDR Oil & Gas Equipment & Services

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ETF was giving back 1.7% to $27.54.

In addition, the

PowerShares Dynamic Building & Construction

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ETF was slumping after major holding


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tumbled nearly 14%. The industrial-equipment maker reported a weak quarterly earnings number and reduced guidance. The ETF was dropping 42 cents, or 2.7%, to $15.45.