110.50 -0.05 (-0.05%)
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|Bid||110.50 x 36100|
|Ask||110.55 x 4000|
|Day's Range||110.52 - 110.55|
|52 Week Range||110.03 - 110.72|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|YTD Daily Total Return||2.25%|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||0.03|
|Expense Ratio (net)||0.15%|
As a way to diminish risk exposure in an environment of heightened volatility, investors can look to cash alternatives like ultra-low duration bond ETFs to wait out further market oscillations. Investors ...
Investors embracing short-term Treasury ETFs, including the iShares Short Treasury Bond ETF (NASDAQ: SHV) and iShares 1-3 Year Treasury Bond ETF (NYSEArca: SHY), typically get reduced interest rate risk, ...
Bond ETFs and funds are experiencing record inflows as investors rush to safety amid global trade tensions and slowing economic growth.
Money market exchange-traded funds (ETFs) are a necessary part of many investors' portfolios because they can provide safety and preservation of capital.
Investors can take a look at exchange traded fund flows to see how markets respond to the developing global trade war. “Participation through ETFs has trended higher in the last month, aligning with escalation ...
This year, ETF investors have also exhibited a greater willingness to gain exposure to U.S. debt. For example, the iShares 20+ Year Treasury Bond ETF (TLT) and the iShares 7-10 Year Treasury Bond ETF (IEF) have seen year-to-date inflows of $1.87 billion and $2.45 billion. In the current market environment, many anticipate the Federal Reserve to step back from its tightening monetary policy.
Vancouver, British Columbia--(Newsfile Corp. - March 5, 2019) - Seahawk Ventures Inc. (CSE: SHV) ("Seahawk") is pleased to update the shareholders on the company's current and planned exploration activities in the Urban-Barry Gold Camp where Osisko Mining is evaluating the Windfall Lake Zones and Bonterra Resources is evaluating the Gladiator Zone at the advanced exploration stage. As outlined in our Jan 3rd, 2019, press release, Seahawk raised $912,240.00 to further explore our five strategically ...
Despite the market rebound in January and growing optimism, more cautious investor can look to cash alternatives like ultra-short-duration bond exchange traded funds to hedge potential risks down the road. ...
As investors poured into fixed income ETFs last year, volume in those products surged as well, according to recent data from BlackRock. BlackRock is the parent company of iShares, the world’s largest ETF ...
U.S. Treasuries and bond-related ETFs strengthened toward the end of 2018 as investors looked to a safe haven to stabilize their investment portfolios, and this bond segment may continue to offer security ...
A December to forget for U.S. equities saw the major indexes reach bottom-feeding levels, but as investors headed for the exits in stocks, a number also sought the entrances for bond funds--particularly of the short-term Treasury variety. The whipsawing of volatility put investors through an economic wash cycle that wrung out the notion that simply staying invested would generate returns--this was not the case as the market fluctuations in the last few months of 2018 shifted investor mindsets from risk-on to risk-off. This shift was evident in the latest State Street Global Advisors (SSGA) report that showed a renewed interest in fixed income, particularly safe havens like government debt, but all in all, fixed-income ETFs benefitted across the board.
Last year, U.S.-listed exchange traded fund took in $313 billion in new assets, short of 2017's record inflows, but still good for the second-best year on record. While the Federal Reserve boosted interest ...
With the bear having clawed out a huge piece of stock market profits lately, investors have been pouring money into short-term bond ETFs.
There's been a boom in bond ETFs. Assets have skyrocketed to $1 trillion and BlackRock predicts they'll double in just four and a half years. BlackRock's iShares also happens to be the biggest player in ETFs overall. iShares fixed income strategist at BlackRock, Jon Rather, talks with Yahoo Finance's Julie Hyman, Adam Shapiro and Sibile Marcellus.
The Federal Reserve leaves rates unchanged. Seana Smith and Payden and Rygel chief economist Jeffrey Cleveland discuss.