SPDR® Bloomberg International Treasury Bond ETF company info

What does SPDR® Bloomberg International Treasury Bond ETF do?
SPDR® Bloomberg International Treasury Bond ETF (NYSE:BWX) focuses on providing investors exposure to non-U.S. treasury bonds, aiming to replicate the performance of the Bloomberg Barclays Global Treasury ex-US Capped Index. This ETF is designed to track the investment results of an index composed of government bonds issued outside of the United States, offering diversified exposure to international fixed-income securities. BWX seeks to invest in a wide array of countries across various maturity levels, aiming to benefit from potential yield advantages and currency diversification relative to U.S. treasury bonds. The objective is to provide investors with a combination of income and capital appreciation, while managing risks associated with international bond investments. BWX operates solely on the NYSE Arca, making it accessible for investors looking to diversify their bond holdings internationally.
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Company Snapshot

Is SPDR® Bloomberg International Treasury Bond ETF a public or private company?

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Ownership
Public

How many people does SPDR® Bloomberg International Treasury Bond ETF employ?

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Employees
2,277

What sector is SPDR® Bloomberg International Treasury Bond ETF in?

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Sector
ETF

Where is the head office for SPDR® Bloomberg International Treasury Bond ETF?

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Head Office
Boston, United States

What year was SPDR® Bloomberg International Treasury Bond ETF founded?

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Year Founded
2009
What does SPDR® Bloomberg International Treasury Bond ETF specialise in?
/International Bonds /Investment Fund /Diversified Portfolio /Risk Management /Income Generation /Yield Tracking

What are the products and/or services of SPDR® Bloomberg International Treasury Bond ETF?

Overview of SPDR® Bloomberg International Treasury Bond ETF offerings
Global bond exposure through investments in sovereign and quasi-sovereign bonds.
Currency risk management by primarily investing in non-U.S. denominated bonds.
Diversification through holdings across various countries and issuances.
Potential for income generation via interest payments from bond holdings.
Access to emerging and developed markets for balanced international exposure.
Liquidity provision by offering daily trading on the exchange.