IEF - iShares 7-10 Year Treasury Bond ETF

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Previous Close101.35
Open101.19
Bid101.00 x 500
Ask102.32 x 100
Day's Range101.06 - 101.25
52 Week Range101.06 - 108.81
Volume3,046,203
Avg. Volume3,145,927
Net Assets8.16B
NAV103.22
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
Yield1.88%
YTD Return-1.94%
Beta (3y)1.61
Expense Ratio (net)0.15%
Inception Date2002-07-22
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  • How Recent Economic Data Affected Bond Markets
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  • How Precious Metals Are Moving ahead of the Fed’s Rate Decision
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  • What Lies Ahead for Treasury ETFs?
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    The US bond markets were the only asset class that failed to rally after the February jobs report was released on March 9, 2018. The bond market, however, suffered further losses as every other segment of the jobs report pointed to a strong employment market, leaving the bias tilted toward further rate hikes. Rising rates are negative for the bond market, and investors holding these bonds tend to lose their asset value.

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    Financial markets have witnessed an abrupt change in their approach to bond markets over the past two months. Up until the end of 2017, markets were not convinced that inflation could rise according to the Fed’s expectations, and so long-term rates (TLT) did not rise in tandem with short-term rates (SHY), leading the yield curve to flatten. Then the employment report for January indicated that worker wages had increased more than expected, which allowed the chance for inflation to rise.

  • Are Bond Market Investors Finding Value in Distress?
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  • Will the Bond Market Rebound along with Equity Markets?
    Market Realist2 months ago

    Will the Bond Market Rebound along with Equity Markets?

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