S&P National AMT-Free Municipal Bond Index ETF Overview

The S&P National AMT-Free Municipal Bond Index measures the performance of Investment Grade securities and is selected by a AMT-Free process. Currently, 2 ETFs track the S&P National AMT-Free Municipal Bond Index with more than $13.32 B in ETP assets with an average expense ratio of 0.08%. The largest ETF is iShares National Muni Bond ETF (MUB) by iShares with $9.87 B in assets.

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iShares Slashes Bond ETF Fees

BlackRock cuts fees and changes indexes for several of its core ETFs. 

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Why Summer Heats Up Muni Bond ETFs

So far this year, the municipal market has outperformed Treasuries and corporates.

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ETFs React To Double Whammy Of Big News

What two big pieces of news that came out on Thursday mean for ETFs.

Daily ETF Watch

Franklin Debuts Active Muni Funds

The two funds cover intermediate and broad maturities.

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Muni ETFs: $2B & Counting For 2017

While trailing last year’s flows, muni bond ETFs are offering decent returns.

ETF.com Analysis

What’s The Next ETF Step For Vanguard?

The ETF giant moves carefully forward. Here's where they may step next.

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Why June Is Important For Muni Bond Investors

‘Summer redemption season’ could mean more demand for muni bond ETFs.

Daily ETF Watch

ETF Watch: Vanguard’s 'VTEB' Now A $1B Fund

The newer muni strategy is racing to reach its well-established competition.

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Muni ETFs Battered, But Could Offer Value

This segment is suffering from tax uncertainty, but recent levels may be an attractive entry point.