Treasury ETF Overview

Treasury ETFs hold U.S. government debt instruments of varying maturities. They also provide low-cost access to different key points of the yield curve or to the entire yield curve, depending on the fund. These ETFs often have lower yields than riskier bonds, but they are fully backed by the credit and taxing power of U.S. government.

Weekly ETF Flows

Nearly $6B Flows Into Fixed Income ETFs Like 'GBIL'

Six of the 10 ETFs on the top creations list for the week were fixed-income products.

Features and News

Jim Rogers Bracing For Crash

Legendary investor discusses why he sees big economic downturn approaching and how investors can protect themselves.

Features and News

Gundlach: Interest Rates & VIX Won't Stay Down

Founder of DoubleLine shares his latest thoughts on the financial markets.

Features and News

Fed Raises Rates; Cuts Bond Holdings

Weekly ETF Flows

ETFs See $11B In Inflows In One Week

Demand for international equity and U.S. fixed-income ETFs remains strong. 

Features and News

US Job Growth Slows; Jobless Rate Falls

Fewer workers rather than more jobs lowers the unemployment rate.

ETF Strategist Corner

Fixed Income Factors Work Too

Credit and duration are the key factors offering outperformance potential.

Daily ETF Watch

ETF Watch: JP Morgan Launches Bond Fund

the Actively managed ETF covers the ‘ultra-short-term’ fixed-income space.


ETF Strategist Corner

Why Bank Loan ETFs Offer Yield Opportunity

This pocket of fixed income has factors going for it that could make these ETFs outperform.