November 30, 2016 - By Linda Rogers · 0 Comments
Nov 30 is a negative day so far for SPDR Citi Intl Govt Infl-Prot Bd ETF (NYSEARCA:WIP) as the ETF is active during the day after losing 0.46% to hit $52.32 per share. The exchange traded fund has 609.75 million net assets and 0.96% volatility this month.
Over the course of the day 4,062 shares traded hands, as compared to an average volume of 86,970 over the last 30 days for SPDR Citi Intl Govt Infl-Prot Bd ETF (NYSEARCA:WIP).
The ETF is -7.85% of its 52-Week High and 7.76% of its low, and is currently having ATR of 0.61. This year’s performance is 5.60% while this quarter’s performance is -6.46%.
The ETF’s YTD performance is 9.69%, the 1 year is 6.15% and the 3 year is -1.47%.
The fund’s top holdings are: Spain I/L Bond Sr Unsecured 144a Regs 11/24 1 for 1.90% of assets, Japan Govt Cpi Linked Sr Unsecured 03/25 0.1 for 1.70%, United Kingdom (Government Of) 1.25% for 1.64%, Spain(Kingdom Of) 0.55% for 1.51%, Nota Do Tesouro Nacional Notes 05/21 6 for 1.28%, Israel(State Of) 4% for 1.21%, Germany (Federal Republic Of) 1.75% for 1.20%, United Kingdom (Government Of) 3.01958% for 1.19%, United Kingdom (Government Of) 0.125% for 1.17%, Tsy 0 3/8 2062 I/L Gilt Bonds Regs 03/62 0.375 for 1.14%.
Another recent and important SPDR DB Int’l Govt Infl Pro Bond (ETF) (NYSEARCA:WIP) news was published by Seekingalpha.com which published an article titled: “November Update – ETFReplay.com Portfolio” on November 02, 2015.
SPDR DB International Government Inflation-Protected Bond ETF seeks to provide investment results that correspond generally to the price and yield performance of the DB Global Government ex-US Inflation-Linked Bond Capped Index (the Index). The ETF has a market cap of $609.75 million. The Index measures the performance of the inflation-linked government bond markets of developed and emerging market countries outside of the United States. It currently has negative earnings. Inflation protected public obligations of the inflation-linked government bond markets of developed and emerging market countries, commonly known in the United States as treasury inflation-protected securities (TIPS), are securities issued by such governments that are designed to provide inflation protection to investors.
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By Linda Rogers