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Goldman Sachs Access Investment Grade Corporate Bond ETF (GIGB)

NYSEARCA: GIGB · Delayed Price · USD
0.00 (0.00%)
After-hours:Oct 25, 2021 8:00 PM EDT
0.02 (0.04%)
At close: Oct 25, 4:00 PM
Expense Ratio0.14%
PE Ration/a
Shares Out14.30M
Dividend (ttm)$1.25
Dividend Yield2.31%
Ex-Dividend DateOct 1, 2021
1-Year Return
Previous Close54.08
Day's Range54.06 - 54.21
52-Week Low52.04
52-Week High55.46
Inception DateJun 6, 2017

About GIGB

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 ClassFixed Income
IssuerGoldman Sachs
Stock ExchangeNYSEARCA
Ticker SymbolGIGB
Index TrackedCiti Goldman Sachs Investment Grade Corporate Bond Index

Top 10 Holdings

2.71% of assets
AT&T INC.T0.27%
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Ex-DividendAmountPay Date
Oct 1, 2021$0.099Oct 7, 2021
Sep 1, 2021$0.10257Sep 8, 2021
Aug 2, 2021$0.10476Aug 6, 2021
Jul 1, 2021$0.10161Jul 8, 2021
Jun 1, 2021$0.09616Jun 7, 2021
May 3, 2021$0.10362May 7, 2021
Full Dividend History


Bonds Are Still a Safe Option Even for Hesitant Investors

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1 year ago - ETF Trends

Global Investors Are Buying Up Australian Bonds

With yields at record lows, investors are searching for yield wherever they can find it. One of the countries that has been seeing an influx of investor capital is Australia.

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1 year ago - ETF Trends

Renewed U.S.-China Tensions Give Bond ETFs a Boost

Whether it’s trade agreements or Covid-19, bond exchange-traded funds (ETFs) have been the beneficiary of U.S.-China trade tensions.

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1 year ago - ETF Trends

Low Yields are Making Investors Rethink the 60-40 Split

The 60-40 stock-bond allocation did a lot of investors favors during the Covid-19 selloffs back in March as investors rushed to safe havens when equities were selling off and rates were dropping. Those ...

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1 year ago - ETF Trends

Bundling Corporate Bonds is Changing the Fixed Income Market

The fixed income market certainly got a robust injection of capital via the central bank purchases in conjunction with investors looking for safe havens amid the pandemic. A byproduct of the heightened ...

1 year ago - ETF Trends

When it Comes to Corporate Bonds, Traders Value Execution

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1 year ago - ETF Trends

Give Bonds a Look if Equity Prices Look Too Inflated

Select equities have already rebounded past their pre-Covid-19 highs and the space could be looking more expensive than necessary. If investors are feeling jittery on inflated equity prices, they may wa...

Other symbols:AGG
1 year ago - ETF Trends

Bond ETFs Helped to Boost BlackRock’s Profit by 21%

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Other symbols:AGG
1 year ago - ETF Trends

This Bond Indicator Could Signify Beating Growth, Says Bill Gross

The ongoing battle between value and growth could see the former take advantage over the latter if a certain bond indicator turns in its favor. Retired money manager Bill Gross said that tech giants lik...

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1 year ago - ETF Trends

Will the Fed Pump the Brakes on Bond Purchases?

It was full steam ahead for the Federal Reserve when it came to shoring up the bond market following the Coronavirus sell-offs in March as the central bank was quick to purchase bond-focused ETFs and th...

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1 year ago - ETF Trends

Increase in Global Liquidity May Help Equities and Bonds, Says JPMorgan

According to JPMorgan Chase & Co., central banks around the world will have to rely more heavily on loose monetary policy in order to sustain the need take on more debt, per a recent Bloomberg article.

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1 year ago - ETF Trends

Get Income, Less Credit Risk With This Corporate Bond ETF

Corporate bonds and the related ETFs are getting plenty of attention this year as the Federal Reserve is putting billions of dollars to work to shore up that market, a trend propping up ETFs such as the...

1 year ago - ETF Trends

Corporate Bond ETF (GIGB) Hits New 52-Week High

The Goldman Sachs Access Investment Grade Corporate Bond ETF has hit a fresh 52-week high. Are more gains in store?

1 year ago - Zacks Investment Research

The Federal Reserve Isn’t Looking to Take Over the Bond Market

The capital markets cheered the Federal Reserve’s move to further support the bond market by purchasing up individual debt as opposed to fixed income exchange-traded funds (ETFs).

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1 year ago - ETF Trends

Corporate Bond ETFs Gain on Fed's New Initiatives

Here we discuss some corporate bond ETFs that have hit their 52-week high levels following Fed's latest announcement.

1 year ago - Zacks Investment Research

Investment Grade Bond Issuance Is Already Double That of Last Year

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1 year ago - ETF Trends

Coronavirus Bonds are All the Rage in the Fixed Income Market

Bonds have definitely been having their day in the sun as numerous companies are taking advantage of low rates combined with the Federal Reserve’s support to backstop the bond market during the pandemic...

1 year ago - ETF Trends

COVID-19 Crisis Could be Addressed with Bonds

Companies have been making good use of bonds with global interest rates at lows, which is offering them the opportunity to refinance existing debt. This is just one of the ways bonds have been used to a...

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1 year ago - ETF Trends

Fixed Income ETFs See $55B in Inflows Thus Far this Year

Gold can’t have all the safe haven fun—bonds have been seeing their fair share of safety capital during the pandemic, especially with the central government stepping in to inject more capital into debt ...

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1 year ago - ETF Trends

More Fed Action Ahead Could Buoy the Bond Market

The Federal Reserve is no doubt doing its part to help support the economy by dumping trillions into businesses, which is helping to buoy the bond market. The capital markets are betting that even more ...

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1 year ago - ETF Trends

Momentum Is on the Side of Corporate Bonds Right Now

Just ahead of Memorial Day weekend, corporate bonds finished another strong week as investor optimism erred on the side of bullishness that the government will do what’s necessary in order to stave off ...

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1 year ago - ETF Trends

Will China Follow the U.S. Fed by Buying Risky Debt?

Last week, the U.S. Federal Reserve initiated their bond-buying spree, which includes more risky debt issues in the high yield bond markets.

Other symbols:IGLB
1 year ago - ETF Trends

Price Efficiency a Key Component as Fed Prepares to Buy Bonds

The Federal Reserve has the bond markets in their sights with $75 billion at the ready, which it will use to buy debt issues directly from the companies or through exposure via exchange-traded funds (ET...

1 year ago - ETF Trends

Investor Demand is Strong for Boeing’s Latest Bond Offering

The quantitative easing program by the Federal Reserve is sweetening the pot for fixed income investors looking for corporate bonds and high yield exposure. For example, airplane manufacturer Boeing has...

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1 year ago - ETF Trends