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Vanguard Total International Bond Index Fund ETF Shares (BNDX)

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Previous Close58.35
Bid58.30 x 28000
Ask58.59 x 28000
Day's Range58.32 - 58.35
52 Week Range53.89 - 58.77
Avg. Volume3,268,864
Net Assets163.82B
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
YTD Daily Total Return-0.29%
Beta (5Y Monthly)0.68
Expense Ratio (net)0.08%
Inception Date2013-05-31
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    This Week's Asset Class Flows: 09/15/2020

    Investors often reallocate money in between asset classes, whether to manage risk or simply to rebalance. This is our weekly snapshot of where ETF investors are putting their money. For the first time since early August, investors have turned away from volatility funds; pulling $136 million from the asset class. The about face comes primarily on the back of two funds, the iPath Series B S&P 500 VIX Short-Term Futures ETN (VXX B+) and the ProShares Short VIX Short-Term Futures ETF (SVXY A-), from which investors pulled $66 and $41 million respectively. Bond ETFs however, were riding high last week and gained over $5.3 billion in new assets. Rockstars for the week were the iShares Short Treasury Bond ETF (SHV A-) and the Vanguard Total International Bond ETF (BNDX A-), into which investors poured over $1 billion each. Not to be outdone the single highest inflows for the week came from equities as ETF giant (SPY A), pulled in $3.4 billion on it’s own. The gain was offset however, by $2.5 billion being pulled from the Invesco QQQ ETF (QQQ A-), leaving the asset class as a bit of a mixed bag.

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    Bond ETFs Are Starting to Turn More Heads

    “I think one of the biggest stories we’ve seen, particularly from last year or so, has been flows into fixed-income products. It feels like folks are starting to understand that market, and the market continues to evolve,” Ryan Ludt, Global Head of ETF Capital Markets and Index Relations, Vanguard, said at the Inside ETFs conference. According to XTF data, Vanguard fixed-income ETFs attracted $34.6 billion in net inflows in the past year. Among its most popular bond ETF plays, the Vanguard Total Bond Market ETF (BND A) attracted $9.9 billion in inflows over the past year. BND provides investors with broad exposure to U.S. investment-grade bonds and can act as a core component in any long-term investment strategy, helping investors produce reliable income. The Vanguard Total International Bond Index Fund ETF Shares (BNDX A-) also brought in $9.6 billion in inflows over the past year. BNDX seeks to track the performance of a benchmark index that measures the investment return of international non-U.S. dollar-denominated investment-grade bonds. Additionally, the ETF includes a U.S. dollar currency hedge to limit the harmful effects of foreign exchange or forex swings. Additionally, the Vanguard Short-Term Government Bond ETF (VGSH A) saw $3.4 billion in net inflows. VGSH tracks short-term Treasuries, which provides in a portfolio carrying very little interest-rate and credit risk. While this fund will not generate spectacular results, it will deliver consistent returns and provide strong downside protection.