VCSH - (Vanguard Short-Term Corporate Bond ETF)

VCSHのニュース

   Uncommon Cents Investing LLC Buys PPG Industries Inc, Vanguard Short-Term Corporate Bond ETF, ...  2021/07/17 00:38:09 GuruFocus
Related Stocks: WMT , CMCSA , PPG , VCSH , CTSH , KMT ,
   Vanguard Short-Term Corporate Bond ETF declares monthly distribution of $0.1031  2021/06/30 17:43:23 Seeking Alpha
   Fed Starts To Wind-Down Secondary Corporate Credit Bailout Fund  2021/06/02 20:52:55 Zero Hedge
Fed Starts To Wind-Down Secondary Corporate Credit Bailout Fund The Feds first-ever foray into directly bailing out the corporate bond market will apparently come to a final close in the next few months (they hope). The vehicle, known as the Secondary Market Corporate Credit Facility, or SMCCF, holds about $13.7 billion in already-outstanding corporate bonds. The SMCCF ceased operations on December 31, 2020. $5.21 billion of bonds from individual companies including Whirlpool, Walmart, and Visa (as of April 30, 2021, 45 bonds matured, 112 had been redeemed early, and 1,204 bonds remain outstanding in the SMCCF). Approximately half of the bonds in the SMCCF will mature by the end of 2023. As seen in the chart below, while most bonds will mature in 2025, bond maturities are spread out fairly evenly among the five years that bonds are due. In addition, it held $8.56 billion of exchange-traded funds that hold corporate debt, such as the Vanguard Short-Term Corporate Bond ETF. Across the ETFs and individual bonds, AT&T, Verizon, and Toyota had the biggest positions
   Vanguard Short-Term Corporate Bond ETF declares monthly distribution of $0.1098  2021/05/28 14:42:17 Seeking Alpha
   RINF: A Good Option For The Reflation Trade  2021/05/24 15:42:51 Seeking Alpha
   Fed Starts To Wind-Down Secondary Corporate Credit Bailout Fund  2021/06/02 20:52:55 Zero Hedge
Fed Starts To Wind-Down Secondary Corporate Credit Bailout Fund The Feds first-ever foray into directly bailing out the corporate bond market will apparently come to a final close in the next few months (they hope). The vehicle, known as the Secondary Market Corporate Credit Facility, or SMCCF, holds about $13.7 billion in already-outstanding corporate bonds. The SMCCF ceased operations on December 31, 2020. $5.21 billion of bonds from individual companies including Whirlpool, Walmart, and Visa (as of April 30, 2021, 45 bonds matured, 112 had been redeemed early, and 1,204 bonds remain outstanding in the SMCCF). Approximately half of the bonds in the SMCCF will mature by the end of 2023. As seen in the chart below, while most bonds will mature in 2025, bond maturities are spread out fairly evenly among the five years that bonds are due. In addition, it held $8.56 billion of exchange-traded funds that hold corporate debt, such as the Vanguard Short-Term Corporate Bond ETF. Across the ETFs and individual bonds, AT&T, Verizon, and Toyota had the biggest positions
   Vanguard Short-Term Corporate Bond ETF declares monthly distribution of $0.1098  2021/05/28 14:42:17 Seeking Alpha
   RINF: A Good Option For The Reflation Trade  2021/05/24 15:42:51 Seeking Alpha
   BCK Partners, Inc. Buys Vanguard Short-Term Corporate Bond ETF, ISHARES TRUST, UnitedHealth ...  2021/05/21 02:38:09 GuruFocus
Related Stocks: VCSH , IGIB , AMGN , AAPL , UNH , AMAT , SCHX , SPSB ,
   Windward Private Wealth Management Inc. Buys Vanguard Short-Term Corporate Bond ETF, iShares ...  2021/05/20 23:38:15 GuruFocus
Related Stocks: VCSH , IUSB , VGIT , SCHE , SPAB , EMR ,
   Fed Starts To Wind-Down Secondary Corporate Credit Bailout Fund  2021/06/02 20:52:55 Zero Hedge
Fed Starts To Wind-Down Secondary Corporate Credit Bailout Fund The Feds first-ever foray into directly bailing out the corporate bond market will apparently come to a final close in the next few months (they hope). The vehicle, known as the Secondary Market Corporate Credit Facility, or SMCCF, holds about $13.7 billion in already-outstanding corporate bonds. The SMCCF ceased operations on December 31, 2020. $5.21 billion of bonds from individual companies including Whirlpool, Walmart, and Visa (as of April 30, 2021, 45 bonds matured, 112 had been redeemed early, and 1,204 bonds remain outstanding in the SMCCF). Approximately half of the bonds in the SMCCF will mature by the end of 2023. As seen in the chart below, while most bonds will mature in 2025, bond maturities are spread out fairly evenly among the five years that bonds are due. In addition, it held $8.56 billion of exchange-traded funds that hold corporate debt, such as the Vanguard Short-Term Corporate Bond ETF. Across the ETFs and individual bonds, AT&T, Verizon, and Toyota had the biggest positions
   Vanguard Short-Term Corporate Bond ETF declares monthly distribution of $0.1098  2021/05/28 14:42:17 Seeking Alpha
   RINF: A Good Option For The Reflation Trade  2021/05/24 15:42:51 Seeking Alpha
   BCK Partners, Inc. Buys Vanguard Short-Term Corporate Bond ETF, ISHARES TRUST, UnitedHealth ...  2021/05/21 02:38:09 GuruFocus
Related Stocks: VCSH , IGIB , AMGN , AAPL , UNH , AMAT , SCHX , SPSB ,
   Windward Private Wealth Management Inc. Buys Vanguard Short-Term Corporate Bond ETF, iShares ...  2021/05/20 23:38:15 GuruFocus
Related Stocks: VCSH , IUSB , VGIT , SCHE , SPAB , EMR ,

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