AGG - iShares Core US Aggregate Bond ETF

NYSEArca - Nasdaq Real Time Price. Currency in USD
-0.1301 (-0.1221%)
As of 2:14PM EDT. Market open.
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Previous Close106.5900
Bid106.4600 x 4600
Ask106.4700 x 2500
Day's Range106.4000 - 106.5100
52 Week Range106.2600 - 110.6600
Avg. Volume4,125,126
Net Assets55.18B
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
YTD Return-2.12%
Beta (3y)1.00
Expense Ratio (net)0.06%
Inception Date2003-09-22
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  • CNBC11 hours ago

    A metric that is normally associated with major credit concerns is rising once again

    Over the last few weeks a metric for borrowing rates in the U.S. has started to climb, and it has concerned some investors who trade in financial instruments with very short-dated maturities.

  • MarketWatch6 days ago

    Are investors getting more risk with passive bond funds than they bargained for? BIS asks

    The Bank for International Settlements said bond indexes end up favoring the most leveraged issuers, and those arguably representing bigger risks to investors.

  • ETF Trends6 days ago

    Investors Flock to iShares ETFs at Remarkable Rate

    Low fees and brand recognition are among the reasons why advisors and investors embrace certain exchange traded funds. BlackRock Inc.’s iShares unit, the world’s largest ETF sponsor, is proving those factors ...

  • Benzinga12 days ago

    Where To Find Bond ETFs That Are Going Up

    Most fixed income assets have struggled in the new year. For example, the iShares Core US Aggregate Bond ETF (NYSE: AGG ), the largest bond exchange traded fund in the U.S., is lower by 2.7 percent. Corporate ...

  • MarketWatch13 days ago

    Here’s why bonds might not be a haven in a trade war

    Analysts say the haven-like properties of government bonds may prove handicapped in a trade war

  • CNBC14 days ago

    10-year Treasury yield climbs back to 2.9%

    U.S. government debt yields rose Tuesday after North Korea said it was open to talking with the United States regarding denuclearization.

  • Forbes17 days ago

    Can Bonds Still Protect Your Stock Portfolio?

    Early 2018 saw stocks and bond move down together. Does this mean the historical relationship is broken in this low yield world?

  • Harvest Exchange18 days ago

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  • Harvest Exchange18 days ago

    CNBC — “Hedge funds rake in $14 billion from investors in best start to a year since the financial crisis"

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  • How We Think About Negotiating Power
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    How We Think About Negotiating Power

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  • Harvest Exchange18 days ago

    Understanding Business Cycles

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  • Harvest Exchange18 days ago

    Corporate QE : What It Is & Isn’t

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  • Buffett Backs Great Rotation: 4 Value Stocks & ETFs to Buy
    Zacks19 days ago

    Buffett Backs Great Rotation: 4 Value Stocks & ETFs to Buy

    Buffett, apparently the proponent of value investing, favors stocks over bonds. Are these ETFs and stocks good picks in this light?

  • Harvest Exchange19 days ago

    EMD: A Survivor—Past, Present, Future

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    AI’s Coming of Age

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  • Harvest Exchange19 days ago

    Asset Allocation Views: Singles and Doubles

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  • Harvest Exchange19 days ago

    Why Inflation-Based Monetary Policy Is an Error in Itself

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  • Why Buffett Believes Investing in Bonds Is a ‘Terrible Mistake’
    Market Realist20 days ago

    Why Buffett Believes Investing in Bonds Is a ‘Terrible Mistake’

    Bond markets across the developed world have enjoyed a three-decade bull run that began in the early 1980s. The increasing demand for fixed income (BND) investments has pushed bond prices higher and yields lower, but investors have continued to pour money into bond markets because bonds were known to help balance portfolio risk. Now, with global economies picking up the pace, interest rates are bound to increase—at least, in the short-term—until they reach normal levels.

  • Why Buffett Says Low-Yielding Bonds Are a Dumb Investment
    Market Realist20 days ago

    Why Buffett Says Low-Yielding Bonds Are a Dumb Investment

    In this annual letter to shareholders, Warren Buffett explained a bet between him and his counterpart, Protege Partners, to fund a charity, Girls Inc. of Omaha. In 2007, both of them invested in half a million worth zero-coupon bonds (SHY) that would mature in ten years and would increase to $1 million. A zero-coupon bond does not bear any interest, but it is sold at a discount to compensate for interest.

  • Harvest Exchange20 days ago

    ChartBrief 192 - Institutional Investors Buying the Dip

    The latest round of data from the State Street Investor Confidence Index [SSICI] appeared to show global institutional investors "buying the dip" following the February correction.  The SSICI utilizes data from State Street's global custodian ...

  • Understanding Warren Buffett’s Warning to Bond Market Investors
    Market Realist20 days ago

    Understanding Warren Buffett’s Warning to Bond Market Investors

    In his latest shareholder letter, dated February 24, legendary investor Warren Buffett shared his views on financial markets. From this letter, newswires around the world picked up on one headline: his caution about long-term investment in the US bond (BND) market. The underlying message in that statement could be a challenge to the view that looks at investments in the bond market (AGG) as safer than investments equity (IVV) markets.

  • Harvest Exchange20 days ago

    Game Planning Another Lost Decade

    By Roger Nusbaum, AdvisorShares ETF Strategist Meb Faber Tweeted out portfolio return expectations from various market participants looking out over the next ten years. Vanguard was at the low end looking for 4.5%, the “average investor” was in the ...

  • The US may be where the bond bubble bursts thanks to 'aggressive debt issuance,' investor warns
    CNBC20 days ago

    The US may be where the bond bubble bursts thanks to 'aggressive debt issuance,' investor warns

    Rapidly mounting debt in the U.S. may be the trigger that bursts the bond bubble, Jordon Kruse of Oaktree Capital Management told CNBC Wednesday.

  • Harvest Exchange20 days ago

    Stocks Vs. Bonds & What To Own Over The Next Decade

    Imagine a world with two investment options, apples and oranges. Investors are best served to reduce their holdings of apples and to replace them with oranges when demand for apples drives the price too high. The simple logic in this example is ...

  • Harvest Exchange20 days ago

    Hedge Funds Are Highly Underrated, but This May Soon Change

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