One-year anniversary fixed-income ETFs

Ranked by average daily trading volume during the first quarter of 2014

Jul 20, 2014 @ 12:01 am

Name/ticker3-month average daily volume3-month return1-year returnNet assets ($M)Expense ratio*
Vanguard Total International Bond Index Fund ETF (BNDX)250,7242.05%5.59%$1,439.10.20%
First Trust Senior Loan Fund (FTSL)35,6431.09%5.31%$193.70.85%
Vanguard Emerging Markets Govt Bond Index ETF (VWOB)28,8534.77%10.28%$177.00.35%
ProShares High Yield-Interest Rate Hedged (HYHG)18,0270.99%7.84%$151.90.50%
PowerShares Global Short Term High Yield Bond Ptf (PGHY)11,2211.35%5.25%$37.30.35%
PowerShares Fundamental Emerging Markets Local Debt Ptf (PFEM)1,9024.23%3.73%$5.50.50%
iSharesBond Mar 2020 Corporate ex-Finls Term ET (IBCD)1,4922.30%5.56%$49.20.10%
iSharesBond Mar 2023 Corporate ex-Finls Term ETF (IBCE)1,3123.00%6.64%$48.00.10%
db X-trackers Muni Infra Rev Bond Fund (RVNU)1,2843.94%8.86%$16.20.30%
iSharesBond Mar 2018 Corporate ex-Finls Term ETF (IBCC)1,2731.06%3.75%$163.30.10%
iSharesBond Mar 2016 Corporate ex-Finls Term ETF (IBCB)1,2360.29%1.56%$34.90.10%
SPDR Barclays 1-10 Year TIPS ETF (TIPX)1,2042.89%3.42%$10.00.15%

As of June 30. Excludes leveraged and inverse funds, and exchange-traded notes. *Most recently reported net prospectus expense ratio. Source: Lipper, a Thomson Reuters company

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