GIGB - Goldman Sachs Access Investment Grade Corporate Bond ETF
|Ex-Dividend Date||Apr 1, 2021|
|Trading Day||April 19|
|Day's Range||53.54 - 53.62|
|52-Week Range||50.59 - 55.97|
The investment seeks to provide investment results that closely correspond, before fees and expenses, to the performance of the FTSE Goldman Sachs Investment Grade Corporate Bond Index (the index). The fund seeks to achieve its investment objective by investing at least 80% of its assets (exclusive of collateral held from securities lending) in securities included in its underlying index. The index is a rules-based index that is designed to measure the performance of investment grade, corporate bonds denominated in U.S. dollars (USD) that meet certain liquidity and fundamental screening criteria.
|Asset Class |
|Inception Date |
Jun 6, 2017
|Ticker Symbol |
|Index Tracked |
Citi Goldman Sachs Investment Grade Corporate Bond Index
Top 10 Holdings2.56% of assets
|GE Capital International Funding Company Unlimited Company 4.42%||GE 4.418 11/15/35||0.31%|
|Wells Fargo & Company 5.01%||n/a||0.28%|
|BANK MONTREAL QUE 3.8%||n/a||0.27%|
|AT&T Inc 3.55%||n/a||0.26%|
|Anheuser-Busch Companies LLC / Anheuser-Busch InBev Worldwide Inc 4.9%||ABIBB 4.9 02/01/46 *||0.26%|
|Apple Inc. 4.65%||n/a||0.25%|
|JPMorgan Chase & Co. 3.54%||n/a||0.24%|
|Dell International L.L.C. and EMC Corporation 4.9%||n/a||0.24%|
|AT&T Inc 3.65%||n/a||0.23%|
|Goldman Sachs FS Government Instl||FGTXX||0.23%|
|Apr 1, 2021||$0.109||Apr 8, 2021|
|Mar 1, 2021||$0.098||Mar 5, 2021|
|Feb 1, 2021||$0.106||Feb 5, 2021|
|Dec 29, 2020||$0.11||Jan 6, 2021|
|Nov 2, 2020||$0.113||Nov 6, 2020|
|Oct 1, 2020||$0.11||Oct 6, 2020|
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