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Franklin Liberty Municipal Bond ETF (FLMB)

NYSEARCA: FLMB · IEX Real-Time Price · USD
27.10 0.07 (0.24%)
Nov 26, 2021 1:00 PM EST - Market closed
Assets$123.03M
NAV$27.04
Expense Ratio0.30%
PE Ration/a
Shares Out4.55M
Dividend (ttm)$0.47
Dividend Yield1.72%
Ex-Dividend DateOct 29, 2021
1-Year Return-0.18%
Volume3,854
Open27.03
Previous Close27.04
Day's Range27.06 - 27.11
52-Week Low26.63
52-Week High26.63
Beta0.04
Holdings196
Inception DateAug 31, 2017

About FLMB

The investment seeks a high level of current income that is exempt from federal income taxes. Under normal market conditions, the fund invests at least 80% of its net assets in municipal securities whose interest is free from federal income taxes, including the federal alternative minimum tax. Although the fund tries to invest all of its assets in tax-free securities, it is possible that up to 20% of the fund's net assets may be in securities that pay interest that may be subject to the federal alternative minimum tax and, although not anticipated, in securities that pay interest subject to other federal or state income taxes.

Asset ClassFixed Income
SectorIncome
RegionNorth America
IssuerFranklin Templeton
Stock ExchangeNYSEARCA
Ticker SymbolFLMB
Index TrackedBloomberg Barclays Municipal Managed Money Index

Top 10 Holdings

25.28% of assets
NameSymbolWeight
Us DollarN/A5.80%
CALIFORNIA CMNTY CHOICE FING AUTH CLEAN ENERGY PROJ REV 4%N/A3.64%
OHIO ST UNIV GEN RCPTS 5%N/A2.57%
CALIFORNIA CMNTY CHOICE FING AUTH CLEAN ENERGY PROJ REV 4%N/A2.25%
PUBLIC FIN AUTH WIS REV 4%N/A1.94%
NEW JERSEY ST 4%N/A1.94%
UNIVERSITY WIS HOSPS & CLINICS AUTH REV 4%N/A1.83%
SAN DIEGO CNTY CALIF REGL ARPT AUTH ARPT REV 4%N/A1.82%
PORT PORTLAND ORE ARPT REV 4%N/A1.78%
SAN DIEGO CALIF ASSN GOVTS CAP GRNT RCPTS REV 5%N/A1.71%
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Dividends

Ex-DividendAmountPay Date
Oct 29, 2021$0.0403Nov 4, 2021
Sep 30, 2021$0.041Oct 6, 2021
Aug 31, 2021$0.03702Sep 7, 2021
Jul 30, 2021$0.0408Aug 5, 2021
Jun 30, 2021$0.0429Jul 7, 2021
May 28, 2021$0.0373Jun 4, 2021
Full Dividend History

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