iShares Core 10+ Year USD Bond (ILTB) Rises 0.53% for Oct 13

October 13, 2017 - By Maria Brooks

Oct 13 is a positive day so far for iShares Core 10+ Year USD Bond (NYSEARCA:ILTB) as the ETF is active during the day after gaining 0.53% to hit $64.14 per share. The exchange traded fund has net assets and 0.60% volatility this month.

Over the course of the day 900 shares traded hands, as compared to an average volume of 23,450 over the last 30 days for iShares Core 10+ Year USD Bond (NYSEARCA:ILTB).

The ETF is -11.60% of its 52-Week High and 4.75% of its low, and is currently having ATR of 0.5. This year’s performance is 4.30% while this quarter’s performance is -9.12%.

The ETF’s YTD performance is 0%, the 1 year is 0% and the 3 year is 0%.

Another recent and important iShares 10+ Year Govt Credit Bond Fund (NYSEARCA:ILTB) news was published by Seekingalpha.com which published an article titled: “52-Week High Momentum Investing ETF Portfolio Shows Promise” on August 19, 2009.

iShares Core Long-Term U.S. Bond ETF , formerly iShares 10+ Year Government/Credit Bond Fund, seeks investment results that correspond generally to the price and yield performance of the long-term, investment-grade United States corporate and government bond markets as defined by the BofA Merrill Lynch 10+ Year US Corporate & Government Index (the Index). The company has market cap of $. The Index includes publicly issued United States Treasury debt, the United States Government agency debt, taxable debt issued by the United States states and territories and their political subdivisions, debt issued by the United States and non-United States firms, non- United States Government debt and supranational debt. It currently has negative earnings. Securities must have $250 million or more of outstanding face value, $1 billion for the United States Treasuries and have at least 10 years remaining to maturity or the first call date in the case of callable perpetual securities.

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