Franklin Municipal Green Bond ETF (FLMB)
|Ex-Dividend Date||Dec 1, 2023|
|Day's Range||23.77 - 23.82|
|Inception Date||Aug 31, 2017|
About FLMBFund Home Page
The Franklin Municipal Green Bond ETF (FLMB) is an exchange-traded fund that mostly invests in investment grade fixed income. The fund is an actively managed fund that invests primarily in investment-grade municipal bonds, with a broad range in maturities, that intend to finance projects promoting environmental sustainability. FLMB was launched on Aug 31, 2017 and is issued by Franklin Templeton.
|Dec 1, 2023||$0.07069||Dec 7, 2023|
|Nov 1, 2023||$0.07643||Nov 7, 2023|
|Oct 2, 2023||$0.06544||Oct 6, 2023|
|Sep 1, 2023||$0.07537||Sep 8, 2023|
|Aug 1, 2023||$0.0663||Aug 7, 2023|
|Jul 3, 2023||$0.06752||Jul 10, 2023|
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