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Xtrackers Short Duration High Yield Bond ETF (SHYL)

NYSEARCA: SHYL · IEX Real-Time Price · USD
46.99
-0.23 (-0.50%)
At close: Nov 26, 2021 1:00 PM
46.99
0.00 (0.00%)
After-hours:Nov 26, 2021 5:00 PM EST
Assets$84.98M
NAV$47.21
Expense Ratio0.20%
PE Ration/a
Shares Out1.80M
Dividend (ttm)$2.47
Dividend Yield5.22%
Ex-Dividend DateNov 1, 2021
1-Year Return-0.56%
Volume4,437
Open47.53
Previous Close47.22
Day's Range46.96 - 46.99
52-Week Low46.91
52-Week High46.91
Beta0.32
Holdings407
Inception DateJan 10, 2018

About SHYL

The investment seeks investment results that correspond generally to the performance, before fees and expenses, of the Solactive USD High Yield Corporates Total Market 0-5 Year Index (the underlying index). The fund will invest at least 80% of its total assets (but typically far more) in component securities of the underlying index. The underlying index is designed to track the performance of short-term publicly issued U.S. dollar-denominated below investment grade corporate debt.

Asset ClassFixed Income
RegionGlobal
IssuerDeutsche Asset Management
Stock ExchangeNYSEARCA
Ticker SymbolSHYL
Index TrackedSolactive USD High Yield Corporates Total Market 0-5 Year Index

Top 10 Holdings

14.06% of assets
NameSymbolWeight
Deutsche Gov Mm Ser Inst 2403 CdwN/A7.11%
TransDigm, Inc. 6.25%N/A1.09%
T-Mobile US, Inc. 7.875%N/A0.99%
Caesars Entertainment Inc New 6.25%N/A0.79%
Teva Pharmaceutical Finance Netherlands III B.V. 3.15%N/A0.78%
HCA Inc. 5.375%N/A0.68%
Ford Motor Credit Company LLC 3.55%N/A0.66%
T-Mobile US, Inc. 7.125%N/A0.66%
American Airlines, Inc. 11.75%N/A0.66%
CITGO Petroleum Corporation 7%N/A0.63%
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Dividends

Ex-DividendAmountPay Date
Nov 1, 2021$0.16833Nov 8, 2021
Oct 1, 2021$0.164Oct 8, 2021
Sep 1, 2021$0.16562Sep 9, 2021
Aug 2, 2021$0.170Aug 9, 2021
Jul 1, 2021$0.18214Jul 9, 2021
Jun 1, 2021$0.18889Jun 8, 2021
Full Dividend History

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