ProShares Investment Grade-Interest Rate Hedged (IGHG)
|Ex-Dividend Date||Sep 1, 2023|
|Day's Range||74.05 - 74.26|
|Inception Date||Nov 5, 2013|
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The ProShares Investment Grade-Interest Rate Hedged (IGHG) is an exchange-traded fund that mostly invests in investment grade fixed income. The fund tracks an index with long exposure to USD-denominated investment-grade debt and short exposure to US Treasurys. The fund aims to minimize interest-rate risk. IGHG was launched on Nov 5, 2013 and is issued by ProShares.
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