|Bid||122.63 x 2400|
|Ask||122.65 x 2700|
|Day's Range||122.58 - 122.77|
|52 Week Range||121.46 - 124.98|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.15%|
In a speech at the 2017 Herbert Stein Memorial Lecture, Fed Chair Janet Yellen shared her thoughts on monetary policy for the future and discussed whether there will be any role for unconventional policy ...
Fed Chair Janet Yellen, in her speech at the 2017 Herbert Stein Memorial Lecture, offered some more insight into the Fed’s balance sheet reducing strategy.
The US Fed has amassed a huge number of fixed income (BND) securities as part of its quantitative easing (or QE) programs 1, 2, and 3.
The September meeting minutes indicated that the members underscored that the reduction in the Fed's balance sheet would be gradual.
In this series, we'll analyze each component of the Conference Board Leading Economic Index and understand its implications for the consumer discretionary (XLY), industrial (XLI), and housing (XHB) sectors ...
The Fed’s balance sheet has $4.4 trillion in bond market securities, and it intends not to reinvest a small portion of the maturing securities every month.
In the September 20 meeting, FOMC (US Federal Open Market Committee) finally announced the start date of its balance sheet unwinding program.
In its efforts to revive the US economy from the Great Recession, the US Fed started purchasing US government-backed securities in 2008.
The key reason for the debt ceiling deal was to approve aid to Hurricane Harvey victims. A US government shutdown could have adversely impacted relief operations.
Stanley Fisher, vice chair of the U.S. Federal Reserve, has shared his views on low interest rates and some solutions to get rates back to normal levels.
The Fed, in its efforts to normalize policy, announced that it is starting the balance sheet unwinding program soon.
In its June meeting, FOMC (Federal Open Market Committee) members detailed plans to shrink the $4.5 trillion balance sheet.
After the July FOMC meeting statement was released, market participants came to believe that the Fed would begin the process of balance sheet normalization soon.
The European Central Bank is in lock step with the U.S. and Bank of Japan and will start raising rates. What happens to all those negative yielding bonds investors have been holding that are now becoming worthless?
In her post-meeting press conference, Janet Yellen warned that the Fed could implement its balance sheet unwinding process soon if the economy continues to perform as expected.
US bond markets are trading on the expectation of an interest rate hike by the US Federal Reserve in June 2017. Last week, bond yields extended their slides.
This article is part of a regular series of thought leadership pieces from some of the more influential ETF strategists in the money management industry. Today's article is by Corey Hoffstein, co-founder and chief investment strategist of Boston-based Newfound Research. Predicting the whims of financial markets is notoriously difficult. Yet the foundation of any prudent financial plan is some sort of long-term return assumption.