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87.21 +0.28    +0.32%
14/05 - Closed. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
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87.22
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17:09:23 - Real-time Data
Type:  ETF
Market:  United States
Issuer:  iShares
ISIN:  US4642885135 
CUSIP:  464288513
Asset Class:  Bond
  • Volume: 22,550,936
  • Bid/Ask: 87.09 / 87.35
  • Day's Range: 87.02 - 87.21
iShares iBoxx $ High Yield Corporate Bond 87.21 +0.28 +0.32%
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Prev. Close86.93
Day's Range87.02 - 87.21
ROI (TTM)5.21%
Open87.05
52 wk Range79.67 - 87.79
Dividends (TTM)3.97
Volume22,550,936
Market Cap30.36B
Dividend Yield4.57%
Average Vol. (3m)25,529,611
Total Assets20.51B
Beta0.41
1-Year Change10.95%
Shares Outstanding356,600,000
Asset ClassBond
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iShares iBoxx $ High Yield Corporate Bond ETF Quotes

Exchange Last Bid Ask Volume Change % Currency Time
  NYSE 87.21 87.09 87.35 22,550,936 +0.32% USD 14/05  
  Mexico 1,728.00 1,697.51 1,784.99 472 -0.51% MXN 14/05  

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jameson choi
jameson choi Mar 08, 2021 3:59PM ET
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funny how hyg is -1.4% ytd and lqd is -6.91% ytd. market is broken.
Dizzle TheRizzle
Dizzle TheRizzle Feb 28, 2021 4:59PM ET
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One bearish close of this pst week tlt rallies and hyg sells off. 🧐
Jeff Bailey
JeffB Feb 19, 2021 8:07PM ET
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HYG $87.50 @ Close!
Jeff Bailey
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HYG $85.17 -0.65% @ Close!
Lance Hale
Lance Hale Sep 23, 2020 1:00PM ET
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numbers add up oil will all was win
Jeff Bailey
JeffB Sep 01, 2020 12:06AM ET
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HYG $85.03 -0.14% @ Close!
George Pichurov
George Pichurov Aug 11, 2020 4:04PM ET
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Jay Po, where the hеck are you? 2 mins after stock close
Christopher Zingone
Christopher Zingone Apr 29, 2020 2:38PM ET
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Good time for butterflies and condors on junk bonds
Ding Ding
Ding Ding Apr 06, 2020 8:38AM ET
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Is this ETF giving out coupon quarterly or in fact in what interval? Thx
Hei Leopold
Hei Leopold Feb 14, 2018 10:00AM ET
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Is there a correlation between HYG and the oil price? It somehow looks like.
David Smith
David Smith Feb 14, 2018 10:00AM ET
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The correlation is interest rates which affects the dollar, dollar affects oil. Interest rates also affect HYG
Richard Taipan
Richard Taipan Feb 14, 2018 10:00AM ET
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David Smith  No there is an idiosyncractic relationship between Oil (Not all oil price movement is driven by dollars but you are not wrong in stating that some is). If you look at the constituents within HYG there is a large portion of junk debt issued from energy companies. So david is right but there are still market regimes where the dollar falls and oil falls and this product would perform very poorly.
Dustin Jones
Dustin Jones Feb 14, 2018 10:00AM ET
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Yea you can look at a coorelation between oil and overall market too and it lines up fairly well.
Jeff Bailey
JeffB Feb 14, 2018 10:00AM ET
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... agree with Richard. Junk bonds now full with energy, retail and restaurant, airline distressed. A better indicator with the Russell 2000 as a whole. Junk bonds are RISKIEST of bond asset class, so a very good indication of risk on/ risk off. Thinking here is that bond holders in front of equity in case of bankruptcy. Equities should follow bonds.
Thomas DeVito
Thomas DeVito Feb 14, 2018 10:00AM ET
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A lot of junk bonds are oil
 
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