iShares S&P GSCI Commodity-Indexed Trust (GSG)
|Day's Range||23.50 - 23.99|
|Inception Date||Jul 10, 2006|
The Trust holds long positions in index futures that have settlement values at expiration based on the level of the S&P GSCI-ER at that time, and earning interest on its non-cash Collateral Assets used to satisfy applicable margin requirements on those index futures positions. The index reflects the return of the S&P GSCI-ER, together with the return on specified U.S. Treasury securities that are deemed to have been held to collateralize a hypothetical long position in the futures contracts comprising the S&P GSCI".
Top 10 Holdings70.29% of assets
|United States Treasury Bills 0%||B 0 07.12.22||13.87%|
|United States Treasury Bills 0%||B 0 06.23.22||11.31%|
|United States Treasury Bills 0%||B 0 06.28.22||8.23%|
|United States Treasury Bills 0%||XIB 0 08.23.22||7.27%|
|United States Treasury Bills 0%||B 0 09.08.22||7.03%|
|United States Treasury Bills 0%||B 0 08.11.22||4.98%|
|United States Treasury Bills 0%||B 0 07.21.22||4.70%|
|United States Treasury Bills 0%||B 0 08.16.22||4.69%|
|United States Treasury Bills 0%||B 0 09.15.22||4.22%|
|United States Treasury Bills 0%||CMB 0 09.13.22||3.98%|
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