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SHY

SHY

iShares 1-3 Year Treasury Bond ETF
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86.39
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+0.01%
After Hours: 86.39 0 0.00% 16:42 11/25 EST
OPEN
86.38
PREV CLOSE
86.38
HIGH
86.39
LOW
86.38
VOLUME
2.45M
TURNOVER
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52 WEEK HIGH
86.80
52 WEEK LOW
84.47
TOTAL ASSET
21.20B
YTD YIELD
2.99%
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Goldman sees Fed inflation shift steepening U.S. yield curve next year
The Federal Reserve's shift to letting inflation run over its target of 2%, to make up for slower-than-aimed-for inflation, is driving Goldman Sachs's view that the steepening yield curve will
Seekingalpha · 11/10 16:12
What Could A Divided Government Mean For U.S. Stocks?
The prospects for a major fiscal stimulus package have decreased, but other supportive factors remain in place.As we wait for the votes to be counted, and perhaps recounted, in some key states, we've gotten some questions about the potential for a divided government and what it could mean for markets if the White House and Congress are split between parties.I believe that investors, at a minimum, can rest easy knowing that meaningful change is probably not forthcoming.
Seekingalpha · 11/08 18:45
Week Ahead - What Next After Election Mayhem?
I think it's safe to say, last week more than lived up to expectations. We may never see a US election like it again. What is remarkable is how relaxed traders have been throughout.Many expect the central bank to announce further easing measures in December, once the election is resolved and with new economic projections to guide them.China Trade Balance and FX Reserves released tomorrow. Both may slow due to the long October holiday, but it will take a big downward surprise in exports to trip up the bullish China story on Monday morning.
Seekingalpha · 11/08 18:10
Market Surges As Election Turns Into Optimal Outcome
After reducing equity risk in portfolios over the last few weeks, we suggested last week the "selling" was likely overdone.It was quite the reversal. The rally pushed the market back above the 50-dma and lower highs' previous downtrend. Such sets the market up for a retest of all-time highs next week.However, before you get all excited and go throwing your money into the market, you may want to step back and re-evaluate your risk.
Seekingalpha · 11/08 14:20
Weekly Commentary: Critical Juncture
We've grown accustomed to the "new normal": Stock market ebullience even as the country suffers through a distressing confluence of hardships.It is deeply disappointing to witness an election where seemingly everyone comes out of the process only further disillusioned.This is a critical juncture in our nation's history. Let's agree to disagree on many issues. Let's be civil.
Seekingalpha · 11/08 12:48
U.S. 2020 Election Investment Pulse: No Blue Wave Lessens Policy Uncertainty
The race for US president has not yet been decided.Though there appears to be some certainty over Congressional makeup, with a split maintained between Democrat and Republican majorities in the two chambers.Our Katie Klingensmith talks with our Head of Equities, Stephen Dover, and co-CIO of ClearBridge, Scott Glasser for their thoughts on why this might be a good thing for equities.
Seekingalpha · 11/05 08:21
What Commodity Performance Tells Us About Economic Recovery
Within the various commodity sectors there are certain products that have outperformed others as the market recovered.Outperformance within groups is one of the keys to understanding the nature of commodity prices in relation to economic forecasts.Especially in the wake of changing central bank policy.
Seekingalpha · 11/05 08:14
Technically Speaking: Rules To Navigate A Contentious Election
Investors need a clear set of rules to navigate a contentious election.Ample warning signs suggest the risks of having excessive equity exposure to the market outweighs the potential for reward.At least for now.
Seekingalpha · 11/03 12:01
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Period
Return
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1-Month
-0.0126%
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3-Month
0.1737%
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6-Month
1.2927%
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1-Year
2.9940%
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3-Year
2.4654%
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5-Year
1.7135%
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10-Year
1.1793%
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Since Inception
2.1137%
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Profile
Fund Name
iShares 1-3 Year Treasury Bond ETF
Risk
Low risk
Inception Date
2002-07-22
Benchmark
ICE BofA Treasury 1-3 Year TR
Advisor Company
iShares
Custodian
State Street Bank & Trust Co
Manager
Radell/Mauro