Top Traded XTBs
Source: Australian Corporate Bond Company as at 30 April 2018
XTBs were first available on ASX on 14 May 2015. The market performance of both XTBs and their underlying corporate bonds has demonstrated the capital stability of senior corporate bonds.
XTBs vs Equities: May 2015 to Mar 2018
The chart below shows mark-to-market total returns from senior corporate bonds (XTBs on ASX) v. equities since XTBs became available on ASX in May 2015.
Note: Performance is after the XTB fee has been deducted.
Senior corporate bonds v equities: ’92 to ’18
Initial Investment: $10,000
|1992 – MAR 2018||ANNUALISED RETURN||ANNUALISED VOLATILITY|
|S & P / ASX Accumulation Index||9.25%||15.0%|
|Bloomberg AusBond Credit Index||7.07%||2.3%|
Floating Rate Note Index
The chart below shows the total returns from the senior floating rate note index. The dislocation in 2008 was the credit crisis part of the GFC. Otherwise, senior floating rate bonds are among the most capital stable securities in Australia.
|1998 – 31 MAR 2018||ANNUALISED RETURN||ANNUALISED VOLATILITY|
|FLOATING RATE INDEX||5.12%||0.4%|
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