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Monday's ETF Winners & Losers

Funds tracking financial companies were up, while silver and oil fell.

Exchange-traded funds tracking financials followed the major markets higher Monday, as shares of

Sallie Mae

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climbed on positive news.

Student lender Sallie Mae said it will be acquired by an investor group led by J.C. Flowers in a $25 billion transaction, and shares were up 17.6%. Elsewhere, Citigroup posted first-quarter earnings that beat estimates. Citigroup was adding 3.2%.


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also posted a first-quarter profit that topped forecasts.


Ultra Financials ProShares

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ETF was recently up 3.7% at $67.68. The

iShares Dow Jones U.S. Financial Services

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ETF was adding 2.7% to $131.81. The

Financial Select Sector SPDR

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ETF was higher by 2.4% to $36.57. The

iShares Dow Jones U.S. Broker-Dealers

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climbed 2.5% to $55.50.


B2B Internet HOLDRs


ETF was also gaining ground, as holding



rose 2.9% in early trading. The ETF was gaining 5 cents, or 2.3%, to $2.19.

Meanwhile, ETFs tracking silver were among the day's losers. Silver futures were losing 17.5 cents to $13.91 an ounce. The

PowerShares DB Silver

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was losing 1.1% to $27.34. The

iShares Silver Trust

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was lower by 1% to $138.55.

Energy-related ETFs were falling as crude oil retraced early gains in a volatile session. May oil futures were tumbling 83 cents to $62.80 a barrel.


iPath Goldman Sachs Crude Oil Index

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was giving back 52 cents, or 1.3%, to $37.25. The

United States Oil

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ETF was lower by 66 cents, or 1.3%, to $50.86. The

PowerShares DB Oil

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ETF was off 14 cents, or 0.5%, to $26.44.