SPDR High Yield Bond ETFs give portfolios exposure to the low end of the credit quality spectrum. These bonds are defined as securities with credit ratings of less than ‘BB’. The ETFs can hold domestic and international junk bonds in various maturity spectrums, depending on their underlying mandate.
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As of 10/26/16