The SPDR® Citi International Government Inflation-Protected Bond ETF seeks to provide investment results that, before fees and expenses, correspond generally to the price and yield performance of Citi International Inflation-Linked Securities Select Index.
Ordinary brokerage commissions may apply.
|Primary Benchmark||Citi International Inflation-Linked Securities Select Index|
|Secondary Benchmark||DB Global Government ex-US Inflation-Linked Bond Capped Index|
|Short Selling Allowed||Yes|
|Gross Expense Ratio||0.50%|
|Investment Manager||SSGA Funds Management, Inc.|
|Management Team||Global Fixed Income, Cash and Currency|
|Distributor||State Street Global Markets, LLC|
|Exchange||NYSE ARCA EXCHANGE|
|Average Maturity in Years|
The market value-weighted average maturity of the bonds in a portfolio, where maturity is defined as Stated Final for bullet maturity bonds and the average time to receipt of all principal payments for amortizing instruments, including mortgage pass-throughs, CMOs, amortizing asset-backed securities and ARMs.
|Average Yield To Worst||1.95%|
|Number of Holdings||140|
|Real Adjusted Duration||10.77 years|
|Yield To Maturity||0.56%|
|30 Day SEC Yield||0.46%|
|Fund Dividend Yield||0.09%|
|Secondary Benchmark Number of Holdings||null|
|Exchange Volume (shares)||3,214|
|Shares Outstanding||10.90 M|
|Total Net Assets||$561.45 M|
|Net Cash Amount||$3,336,308.12|
Buying and Selling ETFs
ETFs are flexible and easy to trade. Investors buy and sell them like stocks, typically through a brokerage account. Investors can also employ traditional stock trading techniques; including stop orders, limit orders, margin purchases, and short sales using ETFs. They are listed on major US Stock Exchanges.
ETFs are subject to risk similar to those of stocks including those regarding short-selling and margin account maintenance.
Ordinary brokerage commissions apply.
Month End as of 01/31/2016
Fund Inception Date: 03/13/2008
|POLAND GOVERNMENT BOND 2.75 08/25/2023||2.69%||15,115,705.59||PL0000105359|
|FRANCE (GOVT OF) 2.25 07/25/2020||2.54%||14,276,492.59||FR0010050559|
|FRANCE (GOVT OF) 1 07/25/2017||2.20%||12,377,922.24||FR0010235176|
|FRANCE (GOVT OF) 3.15 07/25/2032||1.93%||10,835,521.61||FR0000188799|
|TSY 1 1/4% 2055 I/L GILT 1.25 11/22/2055||1.92%||10,787,006.22||GB00B0CNHZ09|
|FRANCE (GOVT OF) 3.4 07/25/2029||1.81%||10,178,048.26||FR0000186413|
|BUONI POLIENNALI DEL TES 2.6 09/15/2023||1.81%||10,148,524.22||IT0004243512|
|BUONI POLIENNALI DEL TES 2.35 09/15/2019||1.71%||9,591,514.83||IT0004380546|
|ISRAEL GALIL I/L MODERN 4 07/30/2021||1.61%||9,040,607.82||IL0095903329|
|BUONI POLIENNALI DEL TES 2.1 09/15/2021||1.50%||8,403,597.16||IT0004604671|
Barclays uses the "middle rating" of Moody's, S&P, and Fitch to determine a security's index classification. If only two of the agencies rate a security, then the most conservative (lowest) rating will be used. If only one rating agency rates a security, that one rating will be used. Where there are no security level ratings, an issuer rating may be used to determine index classification. Barclays Index breakdowns are grouped into larger categories. For example, AAA+ and AAA are listed as Aaa; AA1, AA2, and AA3 are listed as Aa, etc.
|0 - 1 Year||0.90%|
|1 - 2 Years||7.07%|
|2 - 3 Years||4.78%|
|3 - 5 Years||13.87%|
|5 - 7 Years||11.64%|
|7 - 10 Years||20.88%|
|10 - 15 Years||10.81%|
|15 - 20 Years||10.98%|
|20 - 30 Years||9.07%|
|> 30 Years||9.89%|
After-tax returns are calculated based on NAV using the historical highest individual federal marginal income tax rates and do not reflect the impact of state and local taxes. Actual after-tax returns depend on the investor's tax situation and may differ from those shown. The after-tax returns shown are not relevant to investors who hold their fund shares through tax-deferred arrangements such as 401(k) plans or individual retirement accounts.
Performance of an index is not illustrative of any particular investment. It is not possible to invest directly in an index.
Unless otherwise noted all information contained herein is that of the SPDR® Citi International Government Inflation-Protected Bond ETF.
As with all stocks, you may be required to deposit more money or securities into your margin account if the equity, including the amount attributable to your ETF shares, declines.
Prior to February 12, 2016, the SPDR® Citi International Government Inflation-Protected Bond ETF was known as the SPDR® DB International Government Inflation-Protected Bond ETF.