If you think inflation will soon rear its head, it’s good to know that the ETF market is full of useful and diverse tools to fight it.
When it comes to fighting inflation with TIPS, it helps to know all the tools you have at your disposal.
Vanguard’s first international bond ETF coming by the end of the second quarter.
The maturation of fixed-income ETFs has been a long time coming, and it’s only recently that they’re really taking off.
Vanguard finally takes the plunge with plans to launch two international bond ETFs.
iShares rolls out a duo of local-currency TIPs funds, one that excludes U.S. debt.
TIPS funds are growing fast. Since the launch of the first fund in 2003, TIPS ETFs have grown into a $22 billion category, with several new launches announced this year. BlackRock’s iShares Barclays TIPS Bond Fund (NYSE Arca: TIP) accounts for the lion’s share of the market today with $20 billion in assets, but recent offerings from Pimco and Vanguard are gaining ground, and new funds continue to launch. But does any of this TIPS frenzy make sense?
iShares, the BlackRock unit and the world’s largest ETF provider, filed to launch an international exchange-traded fund that would tap into sovereign inflation-linked bonds denominated in local currencies across the developed and emerging world that would exclude the
Pimco is ready to launch the first short-term TIPS ETF in the U.S.