iShares announced today that the iShares 2013 S&P AMT-Free Municipal Series Exchange Traded Fund (NYSEARCA:MUAB) will, by design, mature and cease trading at the close of U.S. market hours on August 15, 2013.
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iShares, a global leader in Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs), announced today that the first-of-its-kind suite of municipal bond ETFs with a planned end-date began trading on the NYSE Arca. The new iShares Muni Series
iShares is set to begin trading the iShares 2013 S&P AMT-Free Municipal Series ETF (MUAB) tomorrow January 8th. The Fund seeks investment results that correspond generally to the price and yield performance, before fees and expenses, of the