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SPHY

SPDR® Portfolio High Yield Bond ETF
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25.35
+0.06
+0.23%
Opening 13:17 09/22 EDT
OPEN
25.31
PREV CLOSE
25.29
HIGH
25.38
LOW
25.19
VOLUME
18.55K
TURNOVER
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52 WEEK HIGH
26.69
52 WEEK LOW
20.29
TOTAL ASSET
127.82M
YTD YIELD
1.08%
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Corporate Credit Spreads And Some Other Geeky Data Points
Coming into COVID-19, a chunk of client bond money was in higher yielding money markets since credit spreads (in my opinion) offered little value prior to March 2020.After the 35% correction in the S&P 500, and upon the announcement of the Fed liquidity programs, all that money was moved into corporate credit risk (a tactical bet) given the spread widening that happened.Can't recall the source, but Value is on track to outperform Growth for the month, for the first time in years. The question is, "is this sustainable or is it the proverbial dead-cat bounce?"
Seekingalpha · 7h ago
Our 'Borrower's Paradise' Continues
In U.S. high yield bonds we find the riskiest of credits.I have some concerns about municipal bonds and am particularly concerned about municipal pension bonds.Our 'Borrower's Paradise' is also good news for many leveraged ETFs and closed-end funds.
Seekingalpha · 1d ago
A Cyclical Rotation In Corporate Credit
The sudden stop to markets induced by COVID-19 caused a substantial repricing of credit risk globally, and central banks, treasuries, and ministries of finance around the world responded unequivocally.As central banks eased liquidity concerns and governments alleviated solvency risks through a massive fiscal response, credit spreads tightened rapidly within more defensive sectors.The focus now is on the economic cycle, as basic industries, capital goods, energy, and other cyclical sectors in both developed and emerging markets are still trading at spreads wide to historical levels, particularly in the lower-quality segments of the market.
Seekingalpha · 09/09 10:38
Changing Credit Views Amid Volatility
We downgrade investment grade credit to neutral and increase our overweight in high yield as we see volatility rising after a rally in risk assets.Negotiations over a new U.S. fiscal package looked to have stalled. We still expect a sizable package, but risks of a no-deal outcome are growing.Markets will focus on the European Central Bank’s updated projections and any policy implications. The traditional U.S. election campaign season kicks off.
Seekingalpha · 09/09 06:30
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Date
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Agency
Ratings
08/31/2020
3 Year
Morningstar
08/31/2020
5 Year
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Period
Return
Rank in Cat
1-Month
1.0263%
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3-Month
5.0178%
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6-Month
1.7521%
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1-Year
1.0762%
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3-Year
3.9405%
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5-Year
5.1542%
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Since Inception
4.8783%
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Profile
Fund Name
SPDR® Portfolio High Yield Bond ETF
Risk
Medium-low risk
Inception Date
2012-06-18
Benchmark
Bloomberg Barclays U.S. Corporate High Yield TR
Advisor Company
State Street Global Advisors Ltd
Custodian
State Street Bank & Trust Co
Manager
Brunell/Kelly/Sullivan