iShares U.S. Fixed Income Balanced Risk Systematic ETF (FIBR)

BATS: FIBR · IEX Real-Time Price · USD
85.80
+0.22 (0.26%)
At close: Feb 20, 2024, 3:50 PM
85.81
+0.01 (0.01%)
After-hours: Feb 20, 2024, 8:00 PM EST
0.26%
Assets $60.18M
Expense Ratio 0.25%
PE Ratio n/a
Shares Out 700,000
Dividend (ttm) $3.87
Dividend Yield 4.51%
Ex-Dividend Date Feb 1, 2024
Payout Ratio n/a
1-Year Return +3.20%
Volume 4,501
Open 85.74
Previous Close 85.58
Day's Range 85.64 - 85.85
52-Week Low 81.11
52-Week High 86.71
Beta 0.11
Holdings 888
Inception Date Feb 24, 2015

About FIBR

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The iShares U.S. Fixed Income Balanced Risk Systematic ETF (FIBR) is an exchange-traded fund that mostly invests in broad credit fixed income. The fund tracks an index composed of USD-denominated bonds and Treasury futures. The index seeks to equalize exposure to interest rate risk and credit risk. FIBR was launched on Feb 24, 2015 and is issued by BlackRock.

Asset Class Fixed Income
Category Intermediate Core-Plus Bond
Region North America
Stock Exchange BATS
Ticker Symbol FIBR
ETF Provider BlackRock
Index Tracked Bloomberg U.S. Fixed Income Balanced Risk Index

Dividends

Ex-Dividend Amount Pay Date
Feb 1, 2024 $0.33768 Feb 7, 2024
Dec 14, 2023 $0.34622 Dec 20, 2023
Dec 1, 2023 $0.33601 Dec 7, 2023
Nov 1, 2023 $0.32903 Nov 7, 2023
Oct 2, 2023 $0.32272 Oct 6, 2023
Sep 1, 2023 $0.31235 Sep 8, 2023
Full Dividend History

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