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BBSA

BBSA

JPMorgan BetaBldrs 1-5 Yr US Aggt Bd ETF
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51.84
+0.01
+0.02%
Opening 11:59 04/20 EDT
OPEN
51.84
PREV CLOSE
51.83
HIGH
51.84
LOW
51.84
VOLUME
1.70K
TURNOVER
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52 WEEK HIGH
55.00
52 WEEK LOW
51.46
TOTAL ASSET
62.03M
YTD YIELD
4.33%
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Inflation is actually decelerating, and it's just the beginning - Guggenheim
While attention is focused on rising yields and inflation expectations, Guggenheim Investments holds the out-of-consensus view that inflation is decelerating and will remain subdued."The release of CPI data for February
Seekingalpha · 03/16 16:56
J.P. Morgan Asset Management Announces ETF Share Splits
J.P. Morgan Asset Management today announced that the Board of Trustees of the J.P. Morgan Exchange-Traded Fund Trust has approved a reverse split of the shares of each of the following six ETFs: JPMorgan BetaBuilders 1-5 Year U.S. Aggregate Bond ETF (CBOE...
PR Newswire · 03/10 14:30
Vanguard Makes Rare Retreat as Price War It Started Takes a Toll
Bloomberg · 12/07/2020 13:56
BOJ Becomes Biggest Japan Stock Owner with $434 Billion Hoard
The Bank of Japan has taken over as the biggest owner of the nation’s stocks, with the total value of its holdings climbing well above $400 billion.
Bloomberg · 12/06/2020 22:00
'Blue Wave': The Other Side Of The Trade
Examine the possibility that a "blue wave" is not necessarily "growth-friendly" and how fixed-income investors should plan for such an outcome.A "blue wave" results in a potentially higher tax, an increased regulatory environment and a less "business-friendly" setting, which could ultimately result in slower economic growth.If the UST market does embrace "the other side of the trade," investors should take a more "strategic" approach to fixed-income asset allocation and be mindful of the current and prospective shape of the yield curve (relatively flat now, potentially steeper later).
Seekingalpha · 10/22/2020 09:02
Latest Rise In 10-Year Yield Stirs Reflation Forecasts... Again
It doesn't take much to set reflation expectations on fire these days.With US interest rates near zero (or negative in some parts of the world), a mild uptick in yields inspires a new round of forecasts that a sustained run of higher inflation has finally started.The immediate cause of the higher rates seems to be renewed prospects for a stimulus package passing muster with Republicans and Democrats in Washington.The latest uptick is far from definitive proof, but perhaps it's a start… or just more noise on the path to even lower realms.
Seekingalpha · 10/06/2020 19:45
Dude, Where's My Inflation?
From time to time, Austrian economists, gold bugs, and other economists on the saner end of the spectrum warn of the inflationary dangers of modern central bank policies.In order to understand the problem, it is necessary to get clear on the basics of the discussion.During normal times, "helicopter money" handed out to the population, as described by former Fed chief Bernanke, is a better way to stoke inflation than is pumping money into financial markets, and an even surer way is to simply finance government expenditures by the printing press.That they don't do this suggests that their primary objective is not really to increase inflation, but rather to support financial markets and players in the style to which they have become accustomed.
Seekingalpha · 09/30/2020 19:11
U.S. Treasuries, German Bunds Still Anchor To Windward
With central banks anchoring official rates at historic lows, investors are understandably concerned that government bonds won't act as an offset to equity risk the way they have in the past.But recent history suggests that low - and even negative - yields don't eliminate the buffer that's provided by government bonds.In fact, amid the dramatic sell-off in risk assets earlier this year as the global pandemic took hold, and again in September when equity markets pulled back, government bonds served as one of the few true offsets to equity market volatility.
Seekingalpha · 09/30/2020 18:47
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  • Performance
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  • Dividend History
Period
Return
Rank in Cat
1-Day
0.0225%
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1-Week
0.1906%
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1-Month
0.0958%
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3-Month
0.8539%
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6-Month
1.9908%
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YTD
4.3255%
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1-Year
4.5228%
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Since Inception
5.6085%
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Profile
Fund Name
JPMorgan BetaBldrs 1-5 Yr US Aggt Bd ETF
Inception Date
2019-03-12
Benchmark
ICE BofA U.S. Corporates 1-3 Years TR
Advisor Company
JPMorgan
Custodian
JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A.
Manager
Team Managed