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iPath US Treasury Flattener ETN
Index- P/E- EPS (ttm)- Insider Own- Shs Outstand- Perf Week-1.01%
Market Cap- Forward P/E- EPS next Y- Insider Trans- Shs Float- Perf Month0.42%
Income- PEG- EPS next Q- Inst Own- Short Float- Perf Quarter0.08%
Sales- P/S- EPS this Y- Inst Trans- Short Ratio- Perf Half Y3.44%
Book/sh- P/B- EPS next Y- ROA- Target Price- Perf Year0.90%
Cash/sh- P/C- EPS next 5Y- ROE- 52W Range55.03 - 60.40 Perf YTD7.34%
Dividend- P/FCF- EPS past 5Y- ROI- 52W High-1.49% Beta-
Dividend %- Quick Ratio- Sales past 5Y- Gross Margin- 52W Low8.12% ATR0.12
Employees- Current Ratio- Sales Q/Q- Oper. Margin- RSI (14)38.13 Volatility0.04% 0.02%
OptionableNo Debt/Eq- EPS Q/Q- Profit Margin- Rel Volume2.15 Prev Close59.50
ShortableYes LT Debt/Eq- Earnings- Payout- Avg Volume0.34K Price59.50
Recom- SMA20-0.70% SMA50-0.21% SMA2001.71% Volume0 Change0.00%
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The iPath US Treasury Flattener ETN is designed to provide investors with inverse exposure to the Barclays US Treasury 2Y/10Y Yield Curve Index. The Barclays US Treasury 2Y/10Y Yield Curve Index (the "Index") employs a strategy that seeks to capture returns that are potentially available from a "steepening" or "flattening", as applicable, of the U.S. Treasury yield curve through a notional rolling investment in U.S. Treasury note futures contracts. The level of the Index is designed to increase in response to a "steepening" of the yield curve and to decrease in response to a "flattening" of the yield curve.