( HHH) ETF was Wednesday's best performer, thanks to advances in holdings
. The ETF was higher by $1.26, or 2.6%, to $49.62.
B2B Internet HOLDRs
( BHH) ETF climbed, as holding
( ARBA) jumped 3.5%. The B2B Internet HOLDRs was tacking on 5 cents, or 2.2%, to $2.32.
A rise of nearly 6% in
Bob Evans Farms
PowerShares Dynamic Leisure & Entertainment
ETF by 1.9% to $16.88. The restaurant chain was higher after reporting same-store sales increased 5% in September.
5.8% climb powered biotech-related ETFs. The
ETF was higher, recently by 84 cents, or 1.8%, to $46.84. The
iShares Nasdaq Biotechnology
was rising by $1.31, or 1.8%, to $74.40.
On the downside, ETFs related to commodities were hit hardest, as gold and silver prices continue their descent. Gold has dropped 5.7% since Friday's close, while silver futures have slid 6.1%.
Market Vectors Gold Miners
ETF was dropping 63 cents, or 1.9% to $32.83. The
streetTRACKS Gold Shares
ETF was recently down $1.09, or 1.9% to $56.01. The
iShares Silver Trust
ETF was giving back $1, or 0.9% to $107.10.