Invesco launches short-dated US Treasury ETF

OCF 0.06%

James Baxter-Derrington
The Invesco US Treasury Bond 0-1 Year UCITS ETF will charge an ongoing fee of 0.06%

The Invesco US Treasury Bond 0-1 Year UCITS ETF will charge an ongoing fee of 0.06%

Invesco has expanded its range of US Treasury Bond ETFs with a vehicle focused on the shortest end of the maturity curve.

The Invesco US Treasury Bond 0-1 Year UCITS ETF aims to match the performance of the Bloomberg Barclays US Treasury Coupons index and will charge an ongoing fee of 0.06%, the lowest-cost ETF in Europe with exposure to its index. ESG, fixed income and active ETFs lead global demand Comprised of USD, fixed-rate, nominal debt issued by the US Treasury with maturities of at least one month, but not greater than 12 months, the index excludes Treasury bills, inflation-linked bonds, floating-rate bonds and STRIP bonds, and rebalances monthly. Paul Syms, head of EMEA ETF fixed income produ...

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