For low cost US Treasury ETFs, you'll be spoiled for choice

This is a summary of the Invesco US Treasury Bond UCITS ETFs (exchange-traded funds), and is for discussion purposes only. Please consult the relevant Key Investor Information Document and prospectus and note the investment risks and important information shown below.

Lowest cost

Ongoing charges of 0.06% p.a. are lowest in Europe

Diversification benefits

US Treasuries could provide a cushion for multi-asset portfolios in times of turbulence

Broad choice

Choice of maturities

We offer choice of maturity ranges and broad exposure

Investing in high quality bonds, such as US Treasuries (bonds issued by the US government), can be useful if you’re looking to diversify your portfolio, as they tend to be less volatile than equities and most other types of bonds. Although the value of US Treasury Bonds is not guaranteed and can still fall, they have historically provided a cushion when equity markets have been turbulent or the economic environment uncertain.

If you are considering an investment in US Treasury Bonds, make sure you don’t pay too much.

Our new range of US Treasury Bond UCITS ETFs have the lowest ongoing charges in Europe. We offer three ETFs with targeted exposure to different ranges of maturities and one ETF that provides broad exposure across the full maturity spectrum. 

Lowest costs in Europe

Source: Morningstar, universe of European-domiciled ETFs tracking the same index, as at 14 January 2019. Fee range excludes Invesco products. 

Yields among the highest of G7 countries’ government bonds1

Yields on US Treasuries have doubled from their 2016 lows and are currently among the highest government bond yields of G7 countries. US Treasuries may offer a solution if you want to potentially mitigate some of the volatility during these uncertain times or you think the US Federal Reserve may slow down raising interest rates. In its December 2018 statement , the US Federal Reserve said it is now projecting just two interest rate hikes during 2019, down from its previous forecast of three increases. 

In general, you would expect bond prices to go up when interest rates fall, and to go down when interest rates rise. However, they won’t all move exactly the same. The “duration” of a bond, or basket of bonds, is the sensitivity of its price to a change in interest rates. Let’s say, for example, the US Federal Reserve raises interest rates today. That should cause bond prices to fall, but you would expect the price of a bond with higher duration (e.g. a bond with 10 years to maturity) to fall more than an otherwise similar bond with lower duration (e.g. a bond with 3 years to maturity). 

The choice is yours

We offer a choice of targeted maturities and broader exposure across all maturities. Each ETF aims to deliver the performance of the relevant Bloomberg Barclays US Treasury Index, net of fees. The indices measure US dollar-denominated, fixed-rate, nominal debt issued by the US Treasury. Treasury bills (bonds issued with less than one year to maturity) are excluded by the maturity constraint, while STRIPS (when a financial institution removes all the regular coupon payments from the bond, enabling the firm to sell those coupon payments on their own and sell the rest of the bond, i.e. the principal, separately) are excluded to avoid double-counting.  



Invesco US Treasury Bond 1-3 Year UCITS ETF

Invesco US Treasury Bond 3-7 Year UCITS ETF

Invesco US Treasury Bond 7-10 Year UCITS ETF

Invesco US Treasury Bond UCITS ETF

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USD and GBP3

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Bloomberg Barclays U.S. Treasury 1-3 Year Total Return Index USD Unhedged

Bloomberg Barclays U.S. Treasury 3-7 Year Total Return Index USD Unhedged

Bloomberg Barclays U.S. Treasury 7-10 Year Total Return Index USD Unhedged

Bloomberg Barclays U.S. Treasury Total Return Index USD Unhedged

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Sourcce: Invesco, Bloomberg, 31 December 2018. *Index data. “Yield-to-maturity” is the annual yield percentage based on the current market price of the bond, and assuming the bond will be held to maturity. “Option-adjusted duration” is the sensitivity of the bond’s price to a change in interest rates, considering the possible effect on the expected life of the bond if the bond is called early by the issuer, i.e. the bond is paid off before the maturity date. 

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Invesco US Treasury Bond 1-3 Year UCITS ETF
Invesco US Treasury Bond 3-7 Year UCITS ETF
Invesco US Treasury Bond 7-10 Year UCITS ETF
Invesco US Treasury Bond 7-10 Year UCITS ETF GBP Hdg
Invesco US Treasury Bond UCITS ETF

The newest additions to our Portfolio Funds range

We already have some of the lowest cost exposures to many core equity and commodity benchmarks and are now building out our core fixed income product range. The new Invesco US Treasury Bond UCITS ETFs follow recent launches of low cost, efficient exposures to corporate bonds and floating rate notes.

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Investment Risks

The value of investments, and any income from them, will fluctuate. This may partly be the result of changes in exchange rates. Investors may not get back the full amount invested

Debt instruments are exposed to credit risk which relates to the ability of the borrower to repay the interest and capital on the redemption date.

Changes in interest rates will result in fluctuations in the value of the fund.

Important Information

Your capital is at risk. You may not get back the amount you invested.

This information is marketing material and is not intended as investment advice or as a recommendation to invest in any particular asset class, security or strategy. The information provided is for illustrative purposes only, and it should not be relied upon as investment advice or as a recommendation to buy or sell securities. Investors should seek independent professional advice prior to investing.

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