|Day's Range||30.7000 - 30.7200|
|52 Week Range||30.4200 - 31.0300|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.15%|
Floating-rate notes can help investors fight rising interest rates.
Political change is in the air, as President Donald Trump took office this month. His administration, elected on a platform of change, is expected to shake things up, and markets will react accordingly. To ETF strategists making crucial asset allocation decisions, a new administration means re-evaluating some sectors, styles and country exposures. Here, seven of them tell us what ETFs or segments they are buying into now that Trump is in office, and why.
New York (Reuters) – Bank-loan funds that aim to pay investors more when interest rates increase are having their best fundraising streak in more than two years as buyers chase performance and the fulsome prices the investments now command.