Invesco Taxable Municipal Bond ETF (BAB)
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Muni ETFs Multiply In 2021
27 December 2021
Muni bond ETFs flourished in 2021, with record asset flows and a number of new launches.
Taxable Munis Deserve Attention
22 October 2021
The taxable municipal bond market is growing and mature. Taxable munis offer a range of benefits for certain investors, in particular insurance companies.
BAB: Taxable Munis Are A Viable Option, But They Face A Few Headwinds
25 September 2021
Taxable munis continue to register low defaults and currently have tight supply, which has boosted underlying values.
The Budding Build America Bond Market Could Boost ‘BAB'
23 July 2021
The Invesco Taxable Municipal Bond Fund (NYSEArca: BAB) once featured “Build America bonds” in its name, hence the ticker “BAB.” While the exchange traded fund's name changed, it remains one of the pr...
Not Big on Growth? Here Are 3 ETFs to Consider
20 July 2021
The global economic recovery could be happening at a slower rate than anticipated, which puts low growth strategies and three exchange traded funds (ETFs) from Invesco in focus. Investors who are skep...
Investors Are Backing ‘BAB' as State and Local Finances Solidify
14 June 2021
Investors could be forgiven if, at the height of the coronavirus pandemic, they grew jittery over municipal bonds. Back then, concerns about some states' and municipalities' finances were exposed amid...
Bond ETF Demand By Insurers Rising
28 May 2021
Insurers are once again investing in ETFs, but the types of funds have changed.
Biden's American Rescue Plan Boosting Munis, ‘BAB'
26 May 2021
Capitol Hill and Wall Street are in two different cities, but when they interact on a regular basis, the results can beneficial for investors. A prime example of investors deriving benefit from a poli...
Tax Considerations for Municipal Bond Investors
24 May 2021
To combat low yields, fixed income investors can opt for taxable municipal bonds via ETFs like the Invesco Taxable Municipal Bond ETF (BAB). Getting taxable municipal bonds might seem counterintuitive...