Fund will cover the top tier of the junk bond category in terms of credit quality.
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Bill Gross' BOND was just the tip of a fixed-income iceberg of splashy launches in 2012.
The world’s biggest ETF company continues its slicing and dicing of the bond space.
iShares charted new territory in the bond space in mid-February with the launch of seven fixed-income ETFs, including multiple “first-to-market” funds.
On Feb. 16, iShares rolled out the first-ever sector bond ETFs as part of a broader launch of seven fixed-income ETFs. The three funds target the corporate bond utilities, industrials and financials sectors, and each carries an expense ratio of 0.30 percent:
Rates are low, but ETF sponsors sure are serving up alluring ways for investors to get the yield they crave.
iShares rolls out seven bond ETFs, including first-to-market corporate sector funds.