BMO Aggregate Bond Index ETF stock raised on Friday.
Today in trading, shares of BMO Aggregate Bond Index ETF opened at $13.52 and closed at $13.53. It traded at a low of $13.51 to a high of $13.58.
Share prices boosted 0.07 percent from the previous day's close of $13.52.
During the day across North America, the TSX Composite closed -1.51% at 18717.12, the S&P 500 closed 0.95% at 3795.73, the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed 0.64% at 30677.36 and the Nasdaq Composite closed 1.62% at 11232.19.
BMO Aggregate Bond Index ETF has listed on the TSX stock exchange under the ticker ZAG.TO.
Trading volume was 108,939 on 189 total trades, with an average volume of 72,630 over the last 5 days.
The TSX overall saw 4,436 price advancers against 1,144 declines and 152 unchanged.
During the prior 52 weeks, ZAG.TO has traded as high as $16.10 (August 04,2021) and low as $13.25 (June 15,2022). Moreover, in the last 12 months, BMO Aggregate Bond Index ETF's shares have dipped -14.96 percent, while this year, they have dipped -14.20%.
ZAG.TO's updated dividend yield is 0.48%.
Following today's trading, BMO Aggregate Bond Index ETF has a market capitalization of $0.00 on a float of 0 shares outstanding. Its annual EPS is $None.
BMO Aggregate Bond Index ETF is a None company headquartered in, US.
The BMO Aggregate Bond Index ETF has been designed to replicate, to the extent possible, the performance of the FTSE TMX Canada UniverseXM Bond Index, net of expenses. The Fund invests in a variety of debt securities primarily with a term to maturity greater than one year. Securities held in the Index are a broad measure of the Canadian investment-grade fixed income market consisting of Federal, Provincial and Corporate bonds. In addition, as ZAG is a fund of fund, the management fees charged are reduced by those accrued in the underlying funds..
Currently, BMO Aggregate Bond Index ETF's consensus rating is "Strong Sell" based on 0 analysts according to Zacks. From those 0 analysts,.
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