SHM - SPDR Nuveen Blmbg Barclays ST MunBd ETF

NYSEArca - NYSEArca Delayed Price. Currency in USD
48.65
0.00 (0.00%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT
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Previous Close48.65
Open48.67
Bid48.20 x 100
Ask48.80 x 500
Day's Range48.64 - 48.69
52 Week Range47.67 - 48.95
Volume280,826
Avg. Volume267,204
Net Assets3.56B
NAV48.62
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
Yield1.01%
YTD Return2.08%
Beta (3y)0.44
Expense Ratio (net)0.20%
Inception Date2007-10-10
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  • Market Realist8 days ago

    How Secure Are Municipal Bonds?

    Compared to a corporate bond with a similar credit rating, muni bonds are less likely to default while offering modest yields.

  • Franklin Liberty Splurges on Muni Bond ETF Launches
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    Franklin Liberty Splurges on Muni Bond ETF Launches

    Franklin Liberty launches two active muni bond ETFs that do not charge highly.

  • Market Realist5 months ago

    Puerto Rico’s Structural Problems Are Similar to Greece’s

    Puerto Rico shares a story similar to Greece's (GREK) in terms of its dismal economic performance and exacerbated debt issues.

  • Harvest Exchange6 months ago

    1st Quarter 2017 Income and U.S. Government Bonds Commentary

    Markets across the globe continued to climb the proverbial wall of worry during the first quarter of 2017. The yield on the 10-year U.S. Treasury remained range-bound during the period, ultimately moving lower by 0.05%. Both investment-grade and ...

  • Digging Deeper for Municipal Bond Income
    Harvest Exchange7 months ago

    Digging Deeper for Municipal Bond Income

    By Daryl Clements March 13, 2017 There’s a lot of uncertainty today for municipal bond investors: how do you hang onto the income you have in the face of rising rates and the potential for tax reform, and where should you look for more? We think muni ...

  • Market Realist9 months ago

    How Are Muni Bonds Looking Currently?

    Opportunistic tax-loss selling, $46 billion in maturities and coupon payments, and constrained supplies in municipal bonds all point to one thing: the January Effect may be a "slam dunk."

  • Forbes9 months ago

    This Is Your Secret Weapon Against Inflation

    Inflation hasn’t been a problem for a long time. In fact, central banks around the world have been fighting deflation, as low growth, pessimistic expectations and slumping oil prices kept prices in check since the 2008/09 crash. That’s changing, and more people—from economists to everyday consumers—see inflation heating up. That makes

  • Market Realist10 months ago

    Is There an Opportunity in a Muni Sell-Off?

    With their high yields, low prices, and tax-efficient returns, muni bonds (HYD) (ITM) could be available to investors at a dirt cheap rate in the coming months.

  • Market Realist10 months ago

    Increased Muni Issues to Fund Infrastructure Spending

    The downfall for muni bonds (HYD) (ITM) (MLN) began in October 2016 after the muni market was flooded with new issues for state and local governments.

  • Market Realist10 months ago

    Looming Uncertainty of Puerto Rico’s Debt Crisis

    Puerto Rico is currently in a meltdown mode. Over the past decade, it has accumulated $70.0 billion in public debt, which is close to 68.0% of its GDP.

  • Market Realist10 months ago

    Tax Reform Is Full of Unknowns

    President-elect Donald Trump’s tax reforms could bring cheers from taxpayers, but the tax bracket changes may not be well received by muni bond investors.

  • Market Realist10 months ago

    What a Trump Presidency Means for Municipal Bonds

    After investors' post-election U-turn, some tailwinds turned to headwinds for municipal bonds. Investors moved money out of bond funds amid expectations of a Fed rate hike.

  • Market Realist10 months ago

    Attractive Relative Yields from Muni Bonds

    We believe recent municipal bond weakness is an opportunity to put money to work at lower prices than what we have seen for some time. High quality, triple-A rated municipal…

  • Market Realist10 months ago

    Food for Thought: Consider Municipal Bonds

    Many muni analysts and market participants maintain that the recent negative performance of muni bonds is unlikely to result in “taper tantrum-style” muni fund outflows, despite expectations of a Fed…

  • Attractive Relative Yields from Munis
    Market Realist11 months ago

    Attractive Relative Yields from Munis

    We believe recent municipal bond weakness is an opportunity to put money to work at lower prices than what we have seen for some time. High quality, triple-A rated municipal…

  • Market Realist11 months ago

    Food for Thought: Consider Investing in Municipal Bonds

    The biggest benefit of municipal bonds, or muni bonds (MUB) as they are more popularly known, is their extremely tax efficient nature.

  • Forbes11 months ago

    These 6%+ Dividend Stocks Are A Screaming Bargain

    If you’ve invested in municipal bonds lately, you may be coming down with a serious case of buyer’s remorse. But you shouldn’t, as I’ll explain in a moment. In fact, now is the perfect time to double down and buy more of these high-yielding, ultra-stable investments. First, let’s look at why “munis”

  • ETF.com11 months ago

    Short Duration Muni ETFs Offer Shelter

    Bond market yields have moved sharply higher—pushing prices lower, and of course, the longer the duration, the bigger the move. Ordinarily, dramatic yield shifts such as this are caused by changes in the economic environment. In this case, however, it is the increase in uncertainty arising from the election of Donald Trump.