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GNMA - iShares GNMA Bond ETF

Stock Price: $50.34 USD 0.04 (0.08%)
Updated Apr 13, 2021 4:00 PM EDT - Market closed
Assets $513.11M
NAV $50.31
Expense Ratio 0.15%
PE Ratio n/a
Beta (5Y) -0.04
Dividend (ttm) $0.90
Dividend Yield 1.80%
Ex-Dividend Date Apr 1, 2021
1-Year Return -
Trading Day April 13
Last Price $50.34
Previous Close $50.30
Change ($) 0.04
Change (%) 0.08%
Day's Open 50.35
Day's Range 50.32 - 50.39
Day's Volume 15,735
52-Week Range 48.95 - 51.19

Fund Description

The investment seeks to track the investment results of the Bloomberg Barclays U.S. GNMA Bond Index. The fund generally will invest at least 90% of its assets in the component securities of the underlying index and in investments that have economic characteristics that are substantially identical to the component securities of the underlying index. The underlying index includes fixed-rate MBS issued by GNMA that have 30- or 15-year maturities. The index measures the performance of mortgage-backed pass-through securities issued by GNMA.

Asset Class
Fixed Income
North America
Inception Date
Feb 14, 2012
Ticker Symbol
Index Tracked
Bloomberg Barclays U.S. GNMA Bond Index

Top 10 Holdings

84.37% of assets
BlackRock Cash Funds Treasury SL AgencyXTSLA21.72%
Gnma2 30yr 2020 ProductionOBE.TO12.07%
Government National Mortgage Association 2%n/a11.23%
Gnma2 30yr 2020 ProductionOBE.TO9.01%
Gnma2 30yr 2020 ProductionOBE.TO8.75%
Gnma2 30yr 2017 ProductionOBE.TO4.79%
Gnma2 30yr 2016 ProductionOBE.TO4.63%
Gnma2 30yr 2017 ProductionOBE.TO4.25%
Government National Mortgage Association 2.5%n/a4.16%
Government National Mortgage Association 2.5%n/a3.75%
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Ex-DividendAmountPay Date
Apr 1, 2021$0.078013Apr 8, 2021
Mar 1, 2021$0.081418Mar 5, 2021
Feb 1, 2021$0.0804Feb 5, 2021
Dec 1, 2020$0.0807Dec 7, 2020
Nov 2, 2020$0.0891Nov 6, 2020
Oct 1, 2020$0.081Oct 7, 2020
Full Dividend History


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