BND - Vanguard Total Bond Market ETF

NasdaqGM - NasdaqGM Real Time Price. Currency in USD
77.99
-0.08 (-0.10%)
As of 12:57PM EDT. Market open.
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Previous Close78.07
Open78.05
Bid78.00 x 1800
Ask78.01 x 2900
Day's Range77.99 - 78.09
52 Week Range77.66 - 82.01
Volume860,320
Avg. Volume2,224,196
Net Assets199.72B
NAV78.64
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
Yield2.70%
YTD Return-1.73%
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.04
Expense Ratio (net)0.05%
Inception Date2007-04-03
Trade prices are not sourced from all markets
  • CNBCyesterday

    US Treasury yields move higher ahead of fresh economic data

    U.S. government debt prices ticked lower ahead of a data heavy Tuesday.

  • CNBC2 days ago

    Treasury yields are increasing again, reigniting concerns about higher rates in financial markets

    U.S. government debt yields rose across the board Monday, rekindling fears higher borrowing costs would slow the economy. The uptick in Treasury yields Monday came nearly a week after the rate on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note topped its highest level since 2011 above 3.26 percent. Rates retreated later last week as investors sought the relative safety of the government debt market, bidding up bond prices and sending yields lower from their highs.

  • CNBC2 days ago

    US Treasury yields rise as investors monitor diplomatic tensions with Saudi Arabia

    U.S. government debt prices were slightly lower on Monday morning.

  • Why Gold’s Upside Potential Outweighs Downside Risks
    Market Realist7 days ago

    Why Gold’s Upside Potential Outweighs Downside Risks

    As we discussed previously in this series, the SPDR Gold Trust ETF (GLD) has fallen ~9.0% year-to-date and ~12.0% from its April peak. While gold prices have generally disappointed in 2018, there are many reasons to believe that this could be about to change and gold might be in the process of bottoming out. As we have discussed previously in the series, this buying is expected to continue going forward and with greater vigor, which should support gold prices.

  • Could a Fed Policy Mistake Be a Much-Awaited Catalyst for Gold?
    Market Realist7 days ago

    Could a Fed Policy Mistake Be a Much-Awaited Catalyst for Gold?

    On one hand, the growth is expected to slow down, but the Fed doesn’t seem to be in any mood to slow down. The concern is also that due to the lag between policy change and its visible impact on the economy (SPY) (DIA), the Fed might keep tightening the rates. Investors are concerned that the Fed isn’t clear on the neutral policy rate. In Why a Fed Policy Mistake Is Worrying Markets, we highlighted why investors are worried that the Fed could keep hiking rates until something actually breaks in the economy.

  • Central Banks Are Accumulating Gold due to Dollar Worries
    Market Realist7 days ago

    Central Banks Are Accumulating Gold due to Dollar Worries

    Central banks have been net buyers of gold (SGOL) since the beginning of the financial crisis of 2008. According to Atsuko Whitehouse at BullionVault, “Central banks are buying gold for their reserves at the fastest pace in 6 years.” Macquarie reports that a total of 264 tons have been added to the official-sector gold holdings in the first nine months of the year. As usual, the central banks of Russia (RSX), Turkey, and Kazakhstan were leading the pack.

  • Market Exclusive9 days ago

    Market Morning: China Chafes, Bonds on the Block, Aramco Back On, Sears On Its Deathbed

    Price of Tea In China Falls 3%, or Rather Stocks What do equities have to do with the price of tea on China? Who knows, but Chinese stocks (NYSEARCA:FXI) are way down, over 3% as the new week starts off, and this despite the People’s Bank of China (PBOC) made a People’s decision to cut […] The post Market Morning: China Chafes, Bonds on the Block, Aramco Back On, Sears On Its Deathbed appeared first on Market Exclusive.

  • Is the Current Sell-Off a Blip—or the Start of a Downtrend?
    Market Realist12 days ago

    Is the Current Sell-Off a Blip—or the Start of a Downtrend?

    As we’ve learned, stocks saw a sell-off in February after stronger-than-expected wage growth data. If today’s wage growth comes in on the upside, the markets could again go into panic mode. In a tweet, Bill Gross, the “bond king” and manager of Janus Henderson Global Unconstrained Bond Fund, mentioned the pricing out of European and Japanese buyers of Treasuries (BND) as the main reason for the bond sell-off.

  • Sell-Off in US Stocks as US Treasury Yields Soar
    Market Realist12 days ago

    Sell-Off in US Stocks as US Treasury Yields Soar

    On October 3, US bond yields (BND) soared due to a bond sell-off. While the ten-year US Treasury Yield (TLT) (TNX) hit its highest level since 2011 yesterday, the 30-year US Treasury Yield (UBT) hit its highest level since 2014.

  • Booming US Economy Could Push Unemployment Even Lower
    Market Realist12 days ago

    Booming US Economy Could Push Unemployment Even Lower

    The unemployment rate for August was unchanged at 3.9%, which was higher than economists’ expectations of 3.8%. The Fed expects unemployment of 3.5% by the end of 2018. According to the consensus, economists expect the unemployment rate to fall to 3.8% in September from 3.9% in August.

  • Morningstar28 days ago

    Some Bonds Are Better Diversifiers Than Others

    In the context of portfolio construction, the best thing about bonds is that they are not stocks. All these attributes lend themselves to bonds being less than perfectly correlated with stocks, making them good diversifiers of equity risk. As stocks continue to chug along and interest rates have lifted off from their recent lows and could climb higher still, now is a good time to revisit bonds' role in a diversified portfolio.

  • Should You Be Worried about the Possible Yield Curve Inversion?
    Market Realistlast month

    Should You Be Worried about the Possible Yield Curve Inversion?

    A yield curve tracks the yields of Treasury securities maturing at different times. When the yield curve (BND) inverts, it means that the yields of shorter-duration securities become larger than those of longer-term securities. The inversion of the yield curve has been a good indicator of upcoming recessions in the past.

  • ETF Trendslast month

    A One-Stop, Multi-Asset ETFs to Instantly Diversify a Portfolio

    Cambria Funds added new multi-asset ETF that incorporates a wide range of asset categories, with a focus on diversification, value investing and trend following. The recently launched Cambria Trinity ETF ...

  • Benzingalast month

    Vanguard Adds To Fixed Income Lineup With Total World Bond ETF

    Last week, the second-largest U.S. issuer of exchange traded funds added to its lineup of fixed income ETFs with the debut of the Vanguard Total World Bond ETF (NASDAQ: BNDW). BNDW's holdings are the aforementioned BND and the Vanguard Total International Bond ETF (NASDAQ: BNDX). “This structure enables the Vanguard Total World Bond ETF to achieve immediate scale by using existing exposure from the underlying ETFs and is expected to result in tighter bid-ask spreads and lower operating expenses than investing directly in the benchmark’s constituents,” Pennsylvania-based Vanguard said in a statement.

  • ETF Trendslast month

    A Simple ETF to Access the Global Investment-Grade Bond Universe

    Vanguard has rounded out its global fixed-income ETF suite with a new low-cost world bond ETF of ETFs that combines the global investment-grade universe. On Thursday, Vanguard launched the Vanguard Total World Bond ETF (NasdaqGM:BNDW) , which has a 0.09% expense ratio. The Vanguard Total World Bond ETF tries to reflect the performance of the Bloomberg Barclays Global Aggregate Float Adjusted Composite Index, which is comprised of investment-grade U.S. bonds and investment-grade non-U.S. dollar-denominated bonds taken from the Bloomberg Barclays U.S. Aggregate Float Adjusted Index and the Bloomberg Barclays Global Aggregate ex-USD Float Adjusted RIC Capped Index (USD Hedged), according to the fund's prospectus.

  • US Economy Firing on All Cylinders: Will Wage Growth Reflect It?
    Market Realistlast month

    US Economy Firing on All Cylinders: Will Wage Growth Reflect It?

    What Does the Market Expect from the August Jobs Report? Wage growth remains the most important component of the US (SPY) (VOO) jobs report and will be closely watched by investors. Despite historically low levels of unemployment, wages haven’t picked up as they should have.

  • Solid US Expansion Should Keep Unemployment at a Multiyear Low
    Market Realistlast month

    Solid US Expansion Should Keep Unemployment at a Multiyear Low

    What Does the Market Expect from the August Jobs Report? The unemployment rate for July fell 0.1% sequentially to 3.9%, its lowest point in nearly 18 years. The Fed is forecasting an unemployment rate of 3.5% by the end of this year.

  • Yield Curve Narrows to Decade Low
    Market Realist2 months ago

    Yield Curve Narrows to Decade Low

    A yield curve tracks the yields of Treasury securities maturing at different times. When the yield curve (BND) inverts, it means that the yields of shorter-duration securities become larger than those of longer-term securities. The inversion of the yield curve has been a good indicator of upcoming recessions in the past.

  • Fed Officials Are Divided on the Significance of the Yield Curve
    Market Realist2 months ago

    Fed Officials Are Divided on the Significance of the Yield Curve

    While most Fed officials agreed on the need to keep raising rates and the concerns posed by the trade disputes, there was disagreement among them regarding the significance of the yield curve. Some participants argued that in the United States (SPY) (IVV), the inverted yield curve has often preceded recessions. As such, they think that the significance of an inverted yield curve may have declined compared to historical records.

  • PR Newswire2 months ago

    Vanguard Brings Unrivaled Access To ETFs With Launch Of Industry's Largest Commission-Free Platform

    VALLEY FORGE, Pa., Aug. 21, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Vanguard, the leader in low-cost investing, today launched the largest suite of commission-free ETFs available to investors.1 As announced in early July, Vanguard is offering commission-free online transactions on approximately 90% of all ETFs—nearly 1,800 of the roughly 2,000 ETFs currently trading on the major exchanges. Now, Vanguard Brokerage clients will be able to access the vast majority of ETFs—from providers including BlackRock, Schwab, and SSgA—without incurring additional costs to purchase or sell. "Vanguard's expanded commission-free platform offers value, access, and convenience to the increasing number of investors turning to ETFs as their preferred investment vehicle," said Karin Risi, Managing Director of Vanguard's Retail Investor Group.

  • What Are the Benefits of Fund Managers’ Positioning and Fears?
    Market Realist2 months ago

    What Are the Benefits of Fund Managers’ Positioning and Fears?

    Fund managers have increased their average cash balance from 4.7% to 5.0% in August. The current level of cash holdings is well above the ten-year average of 4.5%.

  • US Treasury yields slip ahead of fresh economic data
    CNBC2 months ago

    US Treasury yields slip ahead of fresh economic data

    U.S. government debt prices ticked higher on Wednesday.

  • Could Physical Demand Come to Gold’s Rescue in H2 2018?
    Market Realist2 months ago

    Could Physical Demand Come to Gold’s Rescue in H2 2018?

    The demand for gold in India (INDA) fell 7.0% in the second quarter, mainly due to stronger equity markets and higher gold prices measured in rupees. This event caused local gold prices to rise, even with the price decline measured in US dollars.

  • Inflation Is Eating into Wage Growth in the US—What about Gold?
    Market Realist2 months ago

    Inflation Is Eating into Wage Growth in the US—What about Gold?

    The unemployment rate for July fell 0.1% sequentially to 3.9%—its lowest point in nearly 18 years. Another highlight of July’s unemployment data was that the unemployment rate for the least educated US workers fell to 5.1% in July, the lowest since the government started collecting data in 1992. While the other elements of the US (VOO)(SPY) jobs report have picked up pretty much according to the economists’ expectations—or as Federal Reserve would like—wage growth has not shown as much acceleration.

  • Market Exclusive2 months ago

    Market Morning: Economic Menu, Fed’s Bullard Says Remove All Tariffs, Iran Sanctions Tuesday

    This Week in The Economy Tuesday August 7: Foreign exchange reserves in Japan. Not too much attention generally paid to this one, but Japan is the second biggest foreign holder of US treasuries. Let’s see if the recent increase in supply has had the Japanese sell some on net. Wednesday August 8: Chinese inflation, last […] The post Market Morning: Economic Menu, Fed’s Bullard Says Remove All Tariffs, Iran Sanctions Tuesday appeared first on Market Exclusive.