Although airlines underperformed in the beginning of 2018, improving fundamental factors, like lowering oil prices and the improving U.S. economy, may encourage both business and leisure travel. The airline sector shows relatively cheap valuations and improved dividend-yield growth according to ETF Trends.
The U.S. Global Jets ETF (JETS) is the only ETF dedicated exclusively to global airline stocks.
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