GSY

Invesco Ultra Short Duration ETF
NYSEARCA

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50.52
-0.02
-0.04%
Closed 16:00 09/25 EDT
OPEN
50.54
PREV CLOSE
50.54
HIGH
50.54
LOW
50.52
VOLUME
524.21K
TURNOVER
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52 WEEK HIGH
50.58
52 WEEK LOW
46.87
TOTAL ASSET
2.86B
YTD YIELD
1.55%
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Interest Rates And Yield Curve Control, Part 3
Essentially, the starting point of the negative interest-rate policy is to cause the negative-rate yield curve to slope into more-negative rates as one extends maturities.The reverse happens with positive-rate yield curves. This creates a tension, and currency-hedged adjustments and derivatives eventually resolve that tension.Furthermore, the yield spreads between various currency yield curves become the currency futures differentials.
Seekingalpha · 14h ago
Brief Summary Of Where Things Stand Getting Closer To Q4
Flash PMIs for September 2020 around the world add more evidence to the possibility of a global slowdown during the economy's all-important rebound quarter.Credit spreads are up modestly again, having already plateaued somewhat around late July.July economic concerns continue, the first real challenge in dollar tightening since June, with several key indications being folded into that negative mix.
Seekingalpha · 15h ago
Expect The US 10Y Yield To Rise After The Elections
Despite the drastic recovery in equities, the US 10Y yield has remained at depressed levels oscillating around 70bps. Some investors are still expecting US LT yields to plunge to 0 percent in the near term amid sluggish growth concerns. Even though the 10Y yield may remain at current levels in the coming weeks amid rising uncertainty over US elections, we expect LT interest rates to rise in the US. We also expect the 2Y10Y yield curve to continue to steepen towards 1 percent in the coming months.
Seekingalpha · 18h ago
Returning To Ground Zero
We believe we have started a new economic expansion and new bull market in stocks, and that we are in the early phase in which stock returns are the greatest.This is why we view any correction in stocks to be a buying opportunity to increase our exposure to stocks and commodities above our benchmark's neutral allocation, rather than the start of a new bear market.With interest rates back at zero and likely to stay there for years to come, cash and bonds, in our view, have poor long-term return characteristics.Over the last month, we began to divest a few positions that had erased the undervaluation we saw when we first bought them as we saw growing opportunities in other areas. One of the areas that has the greatest long-term appeal, in our view, is commodities.
Seekingalpha · 21h ago
You Can't Fight Them
The major central banks of the world have increased their assets by 46.7% since the beginning of the year.If you don't think this affects the equity markets, I beg to differ.It is not just the vertical shift, the amount of assets they currently have, but the horizontal expansion of their intentions.
Seekingalpha · 1d ago
Taking You, The Fed's Bank Reserves, And Banks' Checkable Deposits For A Quick Stroll In The Monetary Zoo
Things aren't so simple as positive versus negative, especially when it comes to moving progress forward - or stopping in its tracks.ABS issuers had been, since around 1995, one of the largest sources of credit for the US and global economy.Excluding the federal government, the amount of risky credit flowing into the domestic financial system and ultimately supporting the economy is actually a fraction of what had been keeping things moving.
Seekingalpha · 2d ago
Should The Fed Buy Treasuries Or Agency MBS During QE? Yes
While it would be difficult for the Fed to ease financial conditions by lowering Treasury rates further, there remains substantial room within the agency MBS market to narrow spreads.Lower mortgage rates should allow more people with higher mortgage rates to refinance and more people who are uneconomically renting the opportunity to buy a home.We believe the Fed's continued purchases remain a necessary and powerful tool to normalize this relationship and allow a seamless transmission mechanism of monetary policy to occur.
Seekingalpha · 2d ago
Government Debt: Accelerating Growth
The Congressional Budget Office is making some projections that are breath-taking when it comes to the growth of the federal debt, but also how slow the economy is to grow.The CBO projects economic growth will average only 1.6 percent over the next thirty years and the federal debt in 2050 will be almost double the size of annual GDP.Furthermore, debt loads all over the economy are at or near historic highs and businesses and consumers will be hard-pressed to generate sufficient cash flow to carry the debt.
Seekingalpha · 2d ago
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Date
Period
Agency
Ratings
08/31/2020
3 Year
Morningstar
08/31/2020
5 Year
Morningstar
08/31/2020
10 Year
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Return
Rank in Cat
1-Month
0.1935%
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3-Month
0.8047%
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6-Month
0.9962%
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1-Year
1.5476%
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3-Year
2.5720%
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5-Year
2.1799%
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10-Year
1.5481%
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Since Inception
1.3694%
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Fund Name
Invesco Ultra Short Duration ETF
Risk
Low risk
Inception Date
2008-02-12
Benchmark
Bloomberg Barclays Intermediate U.S. Credit TR
Advisor Company
Guggenheim Investments
Custodian
The Bank of New York Mellon
Manager
Brignac/Madrid/Mercier