USI - Principal Ultra-Short Active Income ETF

NYSEArca - Nasdaq Real Time Price. Currency in USD
25.08
+0.01 (+0.06%)
At close: 10:14AM EDT
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Previous Close25.05
Open25.10
Bid0.00 x 3000
Ask37.68 x 3000
Day's Range25.10 - 25.10
52 Week Range15.38 - 25.25
Volume1
Avg. Volume30
Net Assets12.54M
NAV25.03
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
YieldN/A
YTD ReturnN/A
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.00
Expense Ratio (net)0.18%
Inception Date2019-04-24
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  • ETF Trends

    Global Stimulus Could Ease Pressure on Treasury Yields

    The capital markets have been filled with fears of inverted yield curves, but global governments willing to put forth stimulus packages to prop up their respective economies could ease the pressure on U.S. Treasury yields. China recently revealed rate cut programs ahead, which could be a sign that world economies are being put on notice that recession fears are real. Aside from the two biggest economies, Germany is also looking to implement similar cuts, which could put investors on notice that adjusting their portfolios may be necessary if this becomes a worldwide trend.

  • ETF Trends

    De-Risk Your Fixed Income Exposure with Active Bond ETFs

    Inflows into passive funds hit a high in the month of June, but global investment firm J.P. Morgan is recommending to fixed income investors that being active could help de-risk a portfolio's bond exposure. This is especially true when looking at passive strategies that incorporate BBB bonds--the lowest-rated investment-grade debt, which could slip into a default bonanza if the market experiences a sharp downturn. “If you look at the composition of the corporate credit market, it is really tilted toward lower quality investment grade — what we would call a lot of BBB-rated credit," said J.P. Morgan Asset Management Head of Global Investment Grade Corporate Credit, Lisa Coleman.

  • ETF Trends

    Two Actively-Managed, Fixed Income ETFs Launch

    The Federal Reserve has been putting its more dovish side on display, which pivots from 2018’s rate-hiking bonanza. In addition, fixed income investors are facing other challenges like inverted yield curves and signs of slowing global growth. Given these challenges, how do investors approach the bond markets?