Newly-launched fixed-income ETFs

Jul 20, 2014 @ 12:01 am

Name/tickerClassification3-month average daily volumeExpense ratio*
First Trust Managed Municipal ETF (FMB)General & insured municipal debt4,6850.65%
iShares Core Total USD Bond Market ETF (IUSB)General bond4,1670.15%
iShares Yield Optimized Bond ETF (BYLD)Multi sector income3,4560.28%
iShares Interest Rate Hedged High Yield Bond ETF (HYGH)High Yield2,0630.55%
db X-trackers Solactive Inv Grd Subordinate Debt (SUBD)Corporate debt funds BBB-rated1,0810.45%
iSharesBond Dec 2018 Corporate Term ETF (IBDH)Short investment grade debt2350.10%
iShares Interest Rate Hedged Corproate Bond ETF (LQDH)Short investment grade debt1210.25%
iSharesBond Dec 2016 Corporate Term ETF (IBDF)Short investment grade debt670.10%

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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