Invesco DB Base Metals Fund (DBB)
|Ex-Dividend Date||Dec 23, 2019|
|Day's Range||21.21 - 21.45|
|Inception Date||Jan 5, 2007|
The investment seeks to track the DBIQ Optimum Yield Industrial Metals Index Excess Return" (DBIQ-OY Industrial Metals ER"), which is intended to reflect the base metals sector. The index Commodities consist of Aluminum, Zinc and Copper " Grade A. The fund invests in futures contracts in an attempt to track its corresponding index.
Top 10 Holdings191.58% of assets
|LME Primary Aluminum Future||N/A||43.20%|
|Invesco Government & Agency Portfolio||AGPXX||40.12%|
|LME Copper Future||N/A||39.03%|
|LME Zinc Future||N/A||30.05%|
|Invesco Treasury Collateral ETF||CLTL||8.26%|
|United States Treasury Bill||B 0 12/02/21||8.01%|
|United States Treasury Bill||B 0 02/03/22||5.73%|
|United States Treasury Bill||B 0 01/06/22||5.72%|
|United States Treasury Bill||B 0 01/27/22||5.72%|
|United States Treasury Bill||B 0 01/20/22||5.72%|
|Dec 23, 2019||$0.2725||Dec 31, 2019|
|Dec 24, 2018||$0.24376||Dec 31, 2018|
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