SPDR Portfolio Short Term Treasury ETF (SPSB)
|Ex-Dividend Date||Oct 1, 2021|
|Day's Range||31.16 - 31.19|
|Inception Date||Dec 16, 2009|
The investment seeks to provide investment results that, before fees and expenses, correspond generally to the price and yield performance of the Bloomberg Barclays U.S. 1-3 Year Corporate Bond Index. The fund generally invests substantially all, but at least 80%, of its total assets in the securities comprising the index and in securities that the Adviser determines have economic characteristics that are substantially identical to the economic characteristics of the securities that comprise the index. The index is designed to measure the performance of the short term U.S. corporate bond market.
Top 10 Holdings5.43% of assets
|BANK OF AMERICA CORP 3.004 12/20/2023||N/A||0.77%|
|JPMORGAN CHASE & CO 1.514 06/01/2024||N/A||0.58%|
|HSBC HOLDINGS PLC 3.95 05/18/2024||N/A||0.58%|
|BOEING CO 4.508 05/01/2023||N/A||0.56%|
|MORGAN STANLEY 3.737 04/24/2024||N/A||0.53%|
|WELLS FARGO & COMPANY 1.654 06/02/2024||N/A||0.52%|
|ABBVIE INC 2.3 11/21/2022||N/A||0.50%|
|CREDIT SUISSE NEW YORK 3.625 09/09/2024||N/A||0.46%|
|DELL INT LLC / EMC CORP 5.45 06/15/2023||N/A||0.46%|
|TORONTO-DOMINION BANK 2.65 06/12/2024||N/A||0.45%|
|Oct 1, 2021||$0.024||Oct 7, 2021|
|Sep 1, 2021||$0.02306||Sep 8, 2021|
|Aug 2, 2021||$0.02397||Aug 6, 2021|
|Jul 1, 2021||$0.0266||Jul 8, 2021|
|Jun 1, 2021||$0.02645||Jun 7, 2021|
|May 3, 2021||$0.02961||May 7, 2021|
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