|Bid||52.69 x 2900|
|Ask||52.82 x 1100|
|Day's Range||52.75 - 52.80|
|52 Week Range||49.52 - 52.82|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|YTD Daily Total Return||1.18%|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||0.80|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.22%|
Not surprisingly, low interest rates are compelling corporate borrowers to refinance old bonds and issue new debt. New issuance isn’t a negative, but it does remind investors that quality is imperative ...
At the start of this year, fears ran high that corporate bonds in the BBB-rated spectrum, meaning debt one to three notches above junk territory, were headed for a slew of downgrades. Investors can allay some of those fears with the FlexShares Credit‐Scored US Corporate Bond Index Fund (SKOR). SKOR is not the run of the mill corporate bond ETF.
Investors looking for core fixed income exposure have plenty of options to consider in the world of ETFs. One of the more compelling members of that group is the FlexShares Core Select Bond Fund (NYSEArca: ...
With investors scrambling to find additional income in today’s low-yield climate, corporate bonds and the related ETFs could be popular destinations. One way to add some quality to that asset class is ...
Equities are clearly vulnerable to the US/China trade war, but there are ways for investors to get some protection while generating income, including with corporate bonds and the related exchange traded ...
Last year, the Federal Reserve raised interest rates four times, but that hawkish policy is out the window in 2019 as highlighted by the Fed’s rate cut last week. The Fed’s shifting monetary policy could ...
Investment-grade corporate bonds are enjoying a nice start to 2019. SKOR is up 3.28 percent year to date after hitting a 52-week high last Friday. A departure from traditional cap-weighted corporate bond ETFs, SKOR tracks the Northern Trust Credit-Scored US Corporate Bond Index.