SUSC - (iShares ESG USD Corporate Bond ETF)

SUSCのニュース

   The Perks Of Going Green In The Corporate Bond Market  2019/11/26 18:56:48 Benzinga
Investors looking for areas of the fixed income landscape where environmental, social and governance (ESG) principles has legitimate expansion potential need not look too far beyond investment-grade corporate debt. The iShares ESG USD Corporate Bond ETF (NASDAQ: SUSC ) proves as much. SUSC, which debuted about two and half years ago, is higher by about 14% this year, putting it slightly ahead of the largest traditional investment-grade corporate bond ETF. While the idea of applying ESG principles to bonds via the ETF wrapper isn't old, SUSC offers many of the same benefits as its older legacy counterparts. For example, the iShares fund features a deep basket of securities (nearly 1,800 holdings), a palatable fee of just 0.18% per year and a compelling 30-day SEC yield of 2.75%. Why It's Important SUSC has $67.11 million in assets under management, a tally that could easily grow as more investors flock … Full story available on Benzinga.com
   The Perks Of Going Green In The Corporate Bond Market  2019/11/26 18:56:48 Benzinga
Investors looking for areas of the fixed income landscape where environmental, social and governance (ESG) principles has legitimate expansion potential need not look too far beyond investment-grade corporate debt. The iShares ESG USD Corporate Bond ETF (NASDAQ: SUSC ) proves as much. SUSC, which debuted about two and half years ago, is higher by about 14% this year, putting it slightly ahead of the largest traditional investment-grade corporate bond ETF. While the idea of applying ESG principles to bonds via the ETF wrapper isn't old, SUSC offers many of the same benefits as its older legacy counterparts. For example, the iShares fund features a deep basket of securities (nearly 1,800 holdings), a palatable fee of just 0.18% per year and a compelling 30-day SEC yield of 2.75%. Why It's Important SUSC has $67.11 million in assets under management, a tally that could easily grow as more investors flock … Full story available on Benzinga.com
   The Perks Of Going Green In The Corporate Bond Market  2019/11/26 18:56:48 Benzinga
Investors looking for areas of the fixed income landscape where environmental, social and governance (ESG) principles has legitimate expansion potential need not look too far beyond investment-grade corporate debt. The iShares ESG USD Corporate Bond ETF (NASDAQ: SUSC ) proves as much. SUSC, which debuted about two and half years ago, is higher by about 14% this year, putting it slightly ahead of the largest traditional investment-grade corporate bond ETF. While the idea of applying ESG principles to bonds via the ETF wrapper isn't old, SUSC offers many of the same benefits as its older legacy counterparts. For example, the iShares fund features a deep basket of securities (nearly 1,800 holdings), a palatable fee of just 0.18% per year and a compelling 30-day SEC yield of 2.75%. Why It's Important SUSC has $67.11 million in assets under management, a tally that could easily grow as more investors flock … Full story available on Benzinga.com

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