About the BOND ETF
The SPDR S&P/ASX BOND ETF aims track the performance of the of the S&P/ASX Australian Fixed Interest Index. The S&P/ASX Australian Fixed Interest Index Series is designed to measure the performance of the Australian bond market. The BOND ETF was created in 2012, has a quarterly distribution frequency and around $45 million in net assets.
BOND ETF Performance Review
Data Current To: 31/08/2021
Our review of BOND ETF
A predominantly government bond portfolio with a small allocation to corporate bonds with a minimum BBB- credit rating
The ETF invests in fixed rate bonds and is exposed to interest rate risk
What we like about the BOND ETF
Reasonable diversification with circa 158 bonds held
Things to be aware of about the BOND ETF
Relatively high management fee of 0.24% as at 31 August 2021
BOND ETF Investment Strategy
The SPDR S&P/ASX Australian Government Bond Fund seeks to closely track, before fees and expenses, the returns of the S&P/ASX Government Bond Index. The issuer must be either the Australian Commonwealth Government or Australian State Government, Territories, and Semi-Government issuers.
BOND ETF Share Price
What does the BOND ETF Invest In?
BOND is a Corporate Bond ETF.
The BOND ETF invests in a portfolio predominantly consisting of government bonds with a small allocation to corporate bonds. The corporate bonds have a credit rating of BBB- or higher.
BOND ETF Credit Quality
A detailed breakdown of the credit quality is expressed below.
BOND Frequently Asked Questions
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