VanEck Preferred Securities ex Financials ETF (PFXF)
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The VanEck Preferred Securities ex Financials ETF (PFXF) is an exchange-traded fund that mostly invests in broad credit fixed income. The fund tracks an index comprised of USD denominated preferred securities and securities that the index provider deems to be functionally equivalent. Securities issued by financial firms are excluded. PFXF was launched on Jul 16, 2012 and is issued by VanEck.
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Preferred stocks are among the asset classes getting a lift from declining bond yields this year and the VanEck Vectors Preferred Securities ex Financials ETF (PFXF) is participating in that trend.