BlackRock Core Bond (BHK) falls 0.64% on September 16
Shares of BlackRock Core Bond Trust (NYSE: BHK) fell 0.64%, or $ 0.11 per share, to close Thursday at $ 17.11. After opening the day at $ 17.23, shares of BlackRock Core Bond have fluctuated between $ 17.28 and $ 17.04. 76,819 shares traded in hands, down from their 30-day average of 158,634. Thursday’s activity brought the market cap of BlackRock Core Bond to $ 922,830,006.
BlackRock Core Bond is headquartered in Wilmington, Delaware.
About BlackRock Core Bond Trust
The investment objective of BlackRock Core Bond Trust (BHK) (the “Trust”) is to provide current income and capital appreciation. The Trust seeks to achieve its investment objective by investing at least 75% of its assets in high quality bonds at the time of investment. The Trust’s investments will include a wide variety of bonds, including corporate bonds, US government and agency securities, and mortgage-related securities. The Trust may invest in these securities directly or synthetically through derivative instruments.
Visit the BlackRock Core Bond Trust Profile for more information.
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