ETF Flows Summary: SPDR Lehman 1-3 Month T Bill (ETF) Registered $-64.02M Redemptions Because Of -3.91% AUM Decrease

ETF Flows Summary: SPDR Lehman 1 3 Month T Bill (ETF) Registered $ 64.02M Redemptions Because Of  3.91% AUM Decrease

Today were reported SPDR Lehman 1-3 Month T Bill (ETF) (NYSEARCA:BIL)‘s daily net flows. The ETF registered $-64.02M asset outflows for -3.91% decrease, reaching $1573.14M after yestarday’s trading session. The chart of SPDR Lehman 1-3 Month T Bill (ETF) shows negative short-term setup. In the net flows calculation is not included the performance of the etf but only share redemptions (outflows) and share purchases (inflows). Net outflows leads to less cash for managers to invest, which theoretically decreases demand for the etf’s holdings. The ETF closed at $45.72 during the last session. It is down 0.04% since April 28, 2016 and is uptrending. It has underperformed by 5.88% the S&P500.

The ETF’s YTD performance is 0.13%, the 1 year is 0.13% and the 3 year is -0.03%.

SPDR Lehman 1-3 Month T Bill (ETF) is in the ETF category: , is part of the fund family and currently has $ net assets. It was started on 1/1/0001.

More notable recent SPDR Lehman 1-3 Month T Bill (ETF) (NYSEARCA:BIL) news were published by: Forbes.com which released: “Zweig Bond Model Remains Bullish” on July 30, 2014, also Forbes.com with their article: “How Not To Get Soaked When The Bond Bubble Bursts” published on May 23, 2014, Etfdb.com published: “Duration Hedging and Rising Rates” on November 09, 2015. More interesting news about SPDR Lehman 1-3 Month T Bill (ETF) (NYSEARCA:BIL) were released by: Forbes.com and their article: “Positioning For Today’s High-Yield Sell Signal” published on August 08, 2014 as well as Forbes.com‘s news article titled: “The ‘Bigger Short’ Or How To Play This Crazy Bond Market” with publication date: June 12, 2015.

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