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Vanguard Interm-Term Govt Bd ETF (VGIT)

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Previous Close65.10
Open65.16
Bid0.00 x 0
Ask0.00 x 0
Day's Range65.03 - 65.20
52 Week Range63.42 - 66.87
Volume87,846
Avg. Volume113,396
Net Assets2.53B
NAV64.81
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
Yield1.55%
YTD Return2.22%
Beta (3y)1.12
Expense Ratio (net)0.07%
Inception Date2009-11-19
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  • Barrons.com10 days ago

    Vanguard Switches up Benchmarks for 3 Bond Funds and ETFs

    Investment management juggernaut Vanguard announced Tuesday that it would change target benchmarks of its three government bond index funds and ETFs to pure Treasury indexes. The Vanguard Short-Term Government Bond Index fund and ETF (VSBSX/VGSH), Intermediate-Term Government Bond Index fund and ETF (VSIGX/VGIT), and Vanguard Long-Term Government Bond Index fund and ETF (VLGSX/VGLT) will switch to the Bloomberg Barclays US Treasury Float adjusted indexes in the December-end quarter this year and be renamed. The changes in names are basic, replacing "government" with "treasury." In an emailed stated Vanguard chief investment officer Greg Davis said: Following the transition, the funds will offer investors pure exposure to discrete segments of the U.S. Treasury market and provide them the flexibility to tailor their bond portfolios to reflect their risk and return objectives.

  • PR Newswire11 days ago

    Vanguard Plans Benchmark Changes For Three Bond Funds And ETFs

    VALLEY FORGE, Pa. , Aug. 8, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Vanguard, a leading provider of bond index funds and ETFs, announced plans today to change the target benchmarks of three government bond index funds and ...

  • Market Realist19 days ago

    Why Bond Prices Rose after the FOMC’s Statement

    US government bonds gained after the FOMC (Federal Open Market Committee) indicated in its July 2017 statement that near-term inflation could remain below its 2% target.