ProShares Investment Grade-Interest Rate Hedged ETF (IGHG)

BATS: IGHG · IEX Real-Time Price · USD
71.10
-0.12 (-0.17%)
May 26, 2022 4:00 PM EDT - Market closed
Assets$692.66M
NAV$70.68
Expense Ratio0.30%
PE Ration/a
Shares Out9.80M
Dividend (ttm)$1.94
Dividend Yield2.73%
Ex-Dividend DateMay 2, 2022
1-Year Return-6.90%
Volume1
Open0.00
Previous Close71.22
Day's Range68.95 - 71.50
52-Week Low68.68
52-Week High76.19
Beta0.35
Holdings232
Inception DateNov 5, 2013

About IGHG

The index is comprised of (a) long positions in USD-denominated investment grade corporate bonds issued by both U.S. and foreign domiciled companies; and (b) short positions in U.S. Treasury notes or bonds (Treasury Securities) of, in aggregate, approximate equivalent duration to the investment grade bonds. The fund will invest at least 80% of its total assets in component securities (i.e., securities of the index) and invest at least 80% of its total assets in investment grade bonds.

Asset ClassPortfolio-Multi Asset
SectorBonds
RegionGlobal
IssuerProShares
Stock ExchangeBATS
Ticker SymbolIGHG
Index TrackedCiti Corporate Investment Grade (Treasury Rate-Hedged) Index

Top 10 Holdings

55.57% of assets
NameSymbolWeight
US LONG BOND(CBT) BOND 21/SEP/2022 USU2 COMDTY N/A32.29%
US 10YR NOTE (CBT) BOND 21/SEP/2022 TYU2 COMDTY N/A13.78%
US ULTRA BOND CBT BOND 21/SEP/2022 WNU2 COMDTY N/A2.90%
Net Other Assets (Liabilities) N/A2.19%
GOLDMAN SACHS GROUP INC 2037-10-01N/A0.98%
GE CAPITAL INTL FUNDING 2035-11-15N/A0.92%
HSBC HOLDINGS PLC 2030-03-31N/A0.65%
PFIZER INC 2039-03-15N/A0.64%
ASTRAZENECA PLC 2037-09-15N/A0.63%
IBM CORP 2029-05-15N/A0.59%
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Dividends

Ex-DividendAmountPay Date
May 2, 2022$0.18747May 9, 2022
Apr 1, 2022$0.18499Apr 8, 2022
Mar 1, 2022$0.18598Mar 8, 2022
Feb 1, 2022$0.14048Feb 8, 2022
Dec 23, 2021$0.17832Dec 31, 2021
Dec 1, 2021$0.15245Dec 8, 2021
Full Dividend History

News

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