|Bid||130.68 x 1800|
|Ask||130.74 x 1200|
|Day's Range||130.52 - 130.98|
|52 Week Range||104.95 - 134.53|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|YTD Daily Total Return||3.11%|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||1.62|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.15%|
Depending on your view of how the next few months go, UBS Wealth Management has a set of investing options for each of three scenarios.
The numbers: The Federal Reserve’s balance sheet increased to $7.09 trillion for the week ending in May 20, up from $6.98 trillion in the previous week, the central bank said Thursday. What happened: The Fed’s holdings in its corporate credit facility grew by $1.50 billion to $1.80 billion, after the central bank announced last Tuesday it would buy corporate bond exchange-traded funds. The iShares iBoxx $ Investment Grade Corporate Bond ETF (LQD) is up 2.1% year-to-date, versus the 8.7% drop in the S&P 500 (SPX) over the same stretch.
Markets are in a world of trouble when the Federal Reserve eventually rolls back its support to Wall Street, says Oaktree’s Howard Marks
Will markets go up or down as we move toward summer? No one knows for sure, but one metric to watch is activity among short sellers — investors who believe a particular security will decline in value.
The Federal Reserve on Tuesday laid out specifics for participants in its $100 billion Term Asset-Backed Securities Loan Facility to keep credit flowing to U.S. consumers and businesses during the pandemic, potentially paving the way to kick off the program in mid-June.
On Tuesday, the Federal Reserve kicked off its purchases of corporate bond exchange-traded funds. The Secondary Market Corporate Credit Facility will be managed by BlackRock. Yahoo Finance’s Brian Cheung breaks down what the historic move means for the central bank on The Final Round.
Yahoo Finance’s Brian Cheung joins Seana Smith to discuss the Fed’s decision to begin buying corporate-bond ETFs, along with President Trump's tweet pushing the Fed to adopt negative interest rates.
The U.S. Federal Reserve is buying corporate bonds and ETFs containing them for the first time in its 107-year history to support the economy.
Ben Johnson, Morningstar's Director of Global ETF Research, joins Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith to break down which ETFs investors should be watching amid the coronavirus market volatility and more.
I want to add to our Income Portfolio with two new recommendations, both of which are exchange-traded funds (ETFs) tied to the bond market, advises Jim Woods, editor of Successful Investing.
ETF.com Managing Editor Cinthia Murphy joins Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith to break down the ETFs she's watch in Q2 amid market turmoil over the coronavirus.
As the number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits jump to new levels, treasury yields came off of their lows. ETF Trends CIO & Director of Research Dave Nadig joins Seana Smith to discuss.
The bond market is convulsing in paroxysms of uncertainty. You don’t need me to tell you that. We’re seeing unprecedented moves in every corner of fixed income as markets try and deal with the quintuple threat of a global health crisis, a global recession, an energy price war, an election cycle, and increasing geopolitical tensions. I’d be shocked if something didn’t break.
The lowest of investment-grade bonds heading into junk status was one looming risk heading into 2020 before the capital markets were overcome with coronavirus fears. Now, as more investors pile into bonds, the fear is only exacerbating the flight to risk-off assets.
While yields on junk bonds are at record lows, speculative-grade debt and high-yield bond ETFs have seen overall maturities shrink, which have caused some to see value in this segment of the fixed-income market.
While yields on junk bonds are at record lows, speculative-grade debt and high-yield bond ETFs have seen overall maturities shrink, which have caused some to see value in this segment of the fixed-income ...
With global yields at basement lows, investors around the world have been flocking to U.S. corporate bonds to provide them with the yield they’re after. Market experts are predicting only modest gains ...