Franklin Municipal Green Bond ETF (FLMB)

NYSEARCA: FLMB · IEX Real-Time Price · USD
+0.04 (0.16%)
At close: Dec 7, 2023, 1:50 PM
0.00 (0.01%)
After-hours: Dec 7, 2023, 4:10 PM EST
Assets $108.42M
Expense Ratio 0.30%
PE Ratio n/a
Shares Out n/a
Dividend (ttm) $0.77
Dividend Yield 3.22%
Ex-Dividend Date Dec 1, 2023
Payout Ratio n/a
1-Year Return +0.78%
Volume 10,275
Open 23.81
Previous Close 23.74
Day's Range 23.77 - 23.82
52-Week Low 21.92
52-Week High 24.30
Beta n/a
Holdings 142
Inception Date Aug 31, 2017

About FLMB

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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.

Asset Class Fixed Income
Category Muni National Long
Region North America
Stock Exchange NYSEARCA
Ticker Symbol FLMB
ETF Provider Franklin Templeton


Ex-Dividend Amount Pay Date
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
Full Dividend History


NYSE's ETF Leaders: Franklin Templeton's David Mann

Franklin Templeton's head of ETF product and capital markets David Mann heard “a lot of good chatter” at Exchange 2023. Two main themes dominated the chatter: Franklin Templeton's “active fixed income...

Other symbols: FLMI
6 months ago - ETF Trends

Active ETF Strategies Could Help Exploit Inefficiencies in the Municipal Bond Market

Bond investors can utilize actively managed municipal bond exchange traded funds to  seek out the best opportunities and exploit inefficiencies in the complex muni market. In the recent webcast, Explo...

Other symbols: FLMI
1 year ago - ETF Trends

Exploiting Inefficiencies in the Muni Market with Active Management

While municipal bonds have always been known for investor benefits such as tax-free income and diversification, the muni market has cheapened amid 2022's heightened volatility – making now an opportun...

Other symbols: FLMI
1 year ago - ETF Trends

Franklin Templeton Changes Name, Objective For FLMB

Franklin Templeton has changed the name, investment objective, and principal strategies of the Franklin Liberty Municipal Bond ETF (NYSE Arca: FLMB). Effective May 3, the fund was renamed the Franklin...

1 year ago - ETF Trends

Clean Water Initiatives Are Vital for Infrastructure ETFs

Commodities don't have the panache of most equities but it's an opportunity investors can consider when it comes to investing in needs versus wants. In the case of water, something the world obviously...

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3 years ago - ETF Trends

Can the Municipal Bond Market Weather the Coronavirus Storm?

The U.S. Federal Reserve is stepping in to toss a life preserve to the bond markets, including corporate debt and high yield, but few may have seen municipal bonds seeking help.

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3 years ago - ETF Trends

3 ETFs to Consider as Fed Steps in to Save Municipal Bonds

It almost seems like “safe haven bonds” has become a misnomer. Some of the safest debt, such as municipal bonds, are now causing its issuers to ask for help from the Federal Reserve amid the coronavir...

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3 years ago - ETF Trends

The Coronavirus is Bringing Some Unforeseen Volatility to Munis

In the U.S. bond markets, municipal debt is seen as some of the most stable given that they’re backed by local governments albeit at lower-than-junk yields as most would expect.

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3 years ago - ETF Trends

Show Me the Muni (Bond ETFs), Here’s 3

Even safe haven assets are feeling the pangs of the coronavirus-filled capital markets. Take municipal bonds for example–muni bond funds haven’t been immune to the coronavirus contagion, but on the pl...

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4 years ago - ETF Trends

Municipal Bond Market Eclipses the $400B Mark in 2019

2019 was a strong year of performance for bonds, particularly fixed income ETFs, which saw notable interest during times of heavy volatility. The municipal bond market also made out well, hitting over...

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4 years ago - ETF Trends

Is the 60-40 Stocks-Bonds Split Dying Off?

The 40% allocation into bonds has proven to be a challenge given that Treasury note yields have gone to basement-low levels.

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4 years ago - ETF Trends

Municipal Bond Activity Rises in November

Treasury yields have been ticking higher with the major indexes in the equities market notching record highs.

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4 years ago - ETF Trends