|Bid||95.74 x 1200|
|Ask||95.75 x 800|
|Day's Range||95.63 - 95.77|
|52 Week Range||78.82 - 95.77|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|YTD Daily Total Return||6.06%|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||1.37|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.05%|
ETF Trends Director of Research Dave Nadig joins Yahoo Finance's Sibile Marcellus to break down the ETFs to watch in the second half of 2020.
The Fed on Monday fired up its facility to directly purchase corporate bonds from the companies themselves, rounding out its ambitious bond-buying program.
Despite grilling Fed Chair Jay Powell on the central bank’s corporate bond purchases earlier this week, Sen. Pat Toomey says the Fed gets “good marks” for its response to the current economic crisis.
Fed Chair Jerome Powell pushed back on concerns over the Fed’s intervention in the corporate bond market, saying its purchases are aimed at proper market functioning.
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 Federal Reserve on Monday announced a fresh round of stimulus designed to calm markets and buffer the hit to the economy from the coronavirus pandemic. Among other steps, the Fed said it would buy exchange-traded funds that track the corporate bond market, a first for the U.S. central bank. “This will provide much-needed liquidity to the bond market and to ETFs,” said Todd Rosenbluth, head of ETF and mutual fund research at CFRA.
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.
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 ...
Market volatility saw investors seek the safe confines of government debt during the summer, which saw yields fall while bond prices climbed. Corporate bonds were an option for investors seeking yield in 2019, but will 2020 bring a down year for corporate debt? A CNBC report used the Vanguard Interm-Term Corp Bond ETF (VCIT) as a case-in-point scenario for how corporate bonds have fared.
Summer volatility spurred activity in the bond markets, but BBB bonds, the lowest of investment-grade bonds, is one looming risk that could still linger in 2020 or could it? BBB bonds comprise almost 50% ...
Investors are feeling optimistic about the economy heading into 2020 and it’s translating to gains in corporate bonds that haven’t been seen in the last 10 years or so, according to a Wall Street Journal report.
Investors are feeling optimistic about the economy heading into 2020 and it’s translating to gains in corporate bonds that haven’t been seen in the last 10 years or so, according to a Wall Street Journal ...
Investor interest in bond ETFs reached fever pitch during the summer as volatility in equities spurred a demand for safe haven assets. However, low rates have high yield bond seekers looking for ways to earn a higher-than-average return on debt, which they may find in the VanEck Vectors Fallen Angel High Yield Bond ETF (ANGL B).
The bond markets have been sending a tried-and-true recession signal with an inverted yield curve, but that might not be the case in 2020 according to DoubleLine Capital CEO and Wall Street “Bond King” Jeffrey Gundlach. While the markets have been sensitive to U.S.-China trade news, Gundlach doesn’t see a trade deal happening in the near time frame, but that also shouldn’t derail the economy and send the U.S. into a recession.
In the most recent FOMC meeting announcement on Dec. 11, the Federal Reserve held interest rates constant following its two-day meeting, and implied that no action is likely next year amid persistently low inflation and solid growth.
The bond markets have been sending a tried-and-true recession signal with an inverted yield curve, but that might not be the case in 2020 according to DoubleLine Capital CEO and Wall Street “Bond King” ...
ANGL seeks to replicate as closely as possible the price and yield performance of the ICE BofAML US Fallen Angel High Yield Index. The index is comprised of below investment grade corporate bonds denominated in U.S. dollars that were rated investment grade at the time of issuance. ANGL essentially focuses on debt that has fallen out of investment-grade favor and is now repurposed for high yield returns with the downgraded-to-junk status.