T. Rowe Price Ultra Short-Term Bond ETF (TBUX)

NYSEARCA: TBUX · IEX Real-Time Price · USD
+0.05 (0.11%)
Oct 4, 2022 11:26 AM EDT - Market open
Assets $46.08M
NAV $48.51
Expense Ratio 0.17%
PE Ratio n/a
Shares Out 950,000
Dividend (ttm) $0.67
Dividend Yield 1.38%
Ex-Dividend Date Sep 26, 2022
1-Year Return -2.96%
Volume 6,409
Open 48.50
Previous Close 48.52
Day's Range 48.50 - 48.58
52-Week Low 48.41
52-Week High 50.05
Beta 0.05
Holdings 272
Inception Date Sep 28, 2021

About TBUX

Under normal conditions, the fund will invest at least 80% of its net assets (including any borrowings for investment purposes) in bonds. The fund invests in a diversified portfolio of shorter-term investment-grade corporate and government securities, including mortgage-backed securities, municipal securities, money market securities and bank obligations, and securities of foreign issuers, including up to 10% of net assets in non-U.S. dollar-denominated securities of foreign issuers.

Asset Class Fixed Income
Region North America
Issuer T. Rowe Price
Stock Exchange NYSEARCA
Ticker Symbol TBUX

Top 10 Holdings

21.54% of assets
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Ex-Dividend Amount Pay Date
2022-09-26 $0.111 2022-09-29
2022-08-25 $0.0905 2022-08-30
2022-07-25 $0.0661 2022-07-29
2022-06-24 $0.1789 2022-06-29
2022-05-24 $0.0489 2022-05-27
2022-04-25 $0.0399 2022-04-28
Full Dividend History


How This Recession Will Differ From Others

Recession fears are mounting as central banks continue to raise rates and issue increasingly hawkish guidance to combat surging inflation. But while many investors wonder if markets will soon see someth...

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5 days ago - ETF Trends

Mitigate Recession Risk With Active Management

With the latest jumbo rate hike from the Federal Reserve, fixed income investors have accepted that the U.S. central bank is going to continue on its hawkish path toward fighting record-high inflation —...

Other symbols: TAGGTOTR
1 week ago - ETF Trends

As Rates Continue to Rise, Active Management Can Help

Recently released minutes from the Federal Open Market Committee's July 26–27 policy suggest that the Federal Reserve will continue raising interest rates at an aggressive clip. According to the minutes...

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1 month ago - ETF Trends

The Advantage of Actively Managed Fixed Income

While passively managed fixed income exchange-traded funds are popular among investors, they come with many potential challenges. In addition to true index replication being nearly impossible, passive s...

Other symbols: TAGGTOTR
2 months ago - ETF Trends

Fed's Fight Against Inflation Fueling Bond Market Volatility

The Federal Reserve's aggressive plan to fight inflation may be exacerbating volatility within bond markets. Intraday yield swings of more than 10 basis points are becoming common across most major mark...

Other symbols: TAGGTOTR
2 months ago - ETF Trends

With Inflation Higher Than Expected, Active Bond ETFs Can Help

With inflation higher than expected, advisors are focused on how aggressive the Federal Reserve will need to be to tame it. The U.S. Department of Labor reported on Wednesday that domestic consumer infl...

Other symbols: TAGGTOTR
2 months ago - ETF Trends

Active Fixed Income's Advantages Over Passive

While passively managed fixed income exchange-traded funds remain popular with investors, they come with challenges. So, more fixed income investors are turning to actively managed bond ETFs to take adv...

Other symbols: TAGGTOTR
3 months ago - ETF Trends

Ditch the CDs and Go With This Short-Term Bond ETF

Yields have been climbing, offering fixed income investors an opportunity to take advantage of bank products like certificates of deposit (CDs), but another option to consider is short-term bond funds. ...

4 months ago - ETF Trends

Advisors Prefer Active Management for Fixed Income

Record inflation is pushing the Federal Reserve to raise rates higher and faster than expected, which is leading bonds to serve not as a stabilizer to investors' portfolios but instead as a contributor ...

Other symbols: TAGGTOTR
5 months ago - ETF Trends

When Rates Rise, Add Short Duration for a Short-Term Fix

The forecast of rising rates is akin to predicting rain in Seattle, Washington — it's coming at some point. Adding short duration to a bond portfolio can be ideal in the current market.

6 months ago - ETF Trends

Fixed Income Active ETFs Are Taking a Larger Share of the Market

Now more than ever, investors have a wide array of options for the actively managed fixed income exchange traded fund (ETF) market. A combination of new rules by the Securities and Exchange Commission (...

Other symbols: TAGG
6 months ago - ETF Trends

As Markets Prep for Rate Hikes, Go Shorter on Duration

The capital markets have been bracing themselves for rate hikes, which are expected to come in the trading week ahead. Even as Russia's invasion of Ukraine has taken center stage, inflation has been per...

7 months ago - ETF Trends

Mitigate Rate Risk and Go Ultra-Short With This ETF

Given the current market environment for bonds, a number of financial advisors are advocating short-term bond options in order to mitigate rate risk. As an alternative to parking cash in the interim, go...

7 months ago - ETF Trends

Active Fixed Income Gaining Renewed Attention

With inflation on the rise, equity markets continuing to be choppy, and the Federal Reserve looking to raise rates this year, fixed income is starting to gain attention again, as is active management. B...

Other symbols: TAGGTOTR
8 months ago - ETF Trends

Stash Cash in This Ultra-Short Bond ETF While Rates Rise

According to Bankrate, the best rate is at 0.56%, which won't make a yield-hungry investor look their way. However, another option to consider is short-term duration bond funds.

8 months ago - ETF Trends

The Case for Active Management Within Fixed Income

Active management remains an area that advisors and investors can be fairly critical of, but if you dig into the flows for last year, active really should be divided into two different camps with two di...

Other symbols: TAGGTOTR
8 months ago - ETF Trends

On the Front Lines of Investor Recession Concerns

The Fed is set to conclude its two-day meeting on its policies to address the current inflationary rate and other economic pressures seen recently. Investors and strategists alike have begun to seriousl...

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8 months ago - ETF Trends

An Issuer's Perspective on Launching Active and Passive ETFs

Indexing and passive funds have lorded over the ETF landscape for years, but with an influx of active funds coming to market and more investors allocating assets into active funds than ever before, unde...

Other symbols: TDVGTSPA
9 months ago - ETF Trends

On the Front Lines of Flows in the New Year: Defense and Income

Markets have been off to a volatile start this year, with the Fed indicating a reduction in its balance sheet, the December inflation report coming in at a 7% increase year-over-year, and multiple inter...

Other symbols: TDVGTOTR
9 months ago - ETF Trends

Why 2022 Could Be an Even Better Year for Fixed Income Active ETFs

Last year was a record year for ETFs, with net inflows of $910 billion into U.S.-listed ETFs, and it set a benchmark that will be hard to beat in 2022. Equity ETFs brought in the lion's share of flows f...

Other symbols: AGGTAGGTOTR
9 months ago - ETF Trends

Active Management a Major Trend of 2021

It's been a huge year for the ETF industry with the launch of a record number of new funds, record asset flows, and some of the biggest firms converting their mutual fund strategies to ETFs for the firs...

Other symbols: TAGGTOTR
9 months ago - ETF Trends

TBUX's Short Duration Is an Answer to Interest Rate Uncertainty

For now, the Federal Reserve has chosen to pivot away from its focus on COVID recovery, instead turning its attention to inflation, which it says is no longer “transitory.” Federal Reserve Chair Jerome ...

10 months ago - ETF Trends

Navigate Choppy Inflation Waters With Active Management

The consumer price index released November's data, revealing somewhat higher-than-anticipated inflationary numbers as inflation continues to accelerate at a pace not seen since 1982, reports CNBC. The C...

Other symbols: TCHP
10 months ago - ETF Trends

Numbers Don't Lie: The Continued Case for Active ETFs

It's been a blockbuster year for exchange traded funds; ETFs brought in another $73.1 billion in new money in November, bringing the total to $793.6 billion year-to-date, reported Morningstar. Among ETF...

Other symbols: TAGGTEQI
10 months ago - ETF Trends

Active Management Can Take Guesswork Out of Wobbling Markets

There is so much that is unknown about the Omicron variant and what its long-term effects will be on the economy — will it bring more shutdowns or instead pass fairly uneventfully, like the previous Bet...

Other symbols: TAGGTOTR
10 months ago - ETF Trends