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California Municipal Bond

California municipal bond funds and ETFs invest in debt obligations issued by... California municipal bond funds and ETFs invest in debt obligations issued by a local government or entity in the state of California. These funds typically include revenue bonds and general obligation bonds with various maturity dates. Revenue bonds are linked to specific projects, while general obligation bonds are repaid from general government finances. California is the largest municipal bond issuer in the United States, with over $600 billion in debt outstanding, well ahead of the second biggest issuer, New York. Some of the largest issuers historically have been K-12 education institutions, colleges and universities, and water/waste projects. California is divided into 58 counties and 482 municipalities. According to the California constitution, counties can only incur debt with the ascent of 2/3 of the population. California also issues general obligation bonds to fund its operations. Typically, investors buy municipal bonds because they can benefit from attractive after-tax yields. Generally speaking, municipal bonds are exempt from federal tax, and also exempt from state tax if purchased by an in-state resident. Last Updated: 02/23/2024 View more View less

California municipal bond funds and ETFs invest in debt obligations issued by a local government or entity in the state of California. These funds typically include revenue bonds and general obligation bonds with... California municipal bond funds and ETFs invest in debt obligations issued by a local government or entity in the state of California. These funds typically include revenue bonds and general obligation bonds with various maturity dates. Revenue bonds are linked to specific projects, while general obligation bonds are repaid from general government finances. California is the largest municipal bond issuer in the United States, with over $600 billion in debt outstanding, well ahead of the second biggest issuer, New York. Some of the largest issuers historically have been K-12 education institutions, colleges and universities, and water/waste projects. California is divided into 58 counties and 482 municipalities. According to the California constitution, counties can only incur debt with the ascent of 2/3 of the population. California also issues general obligation bonds to fund its operations. Typically, investors buy municipal bonds because they can benefit from attractive after-tax yields. Generally speaking, municipal bonds are exempt from federal tax, and also exempt from state tax if purchased by an in-state resident. Last Updated: 02/23/2024 View more View less

Overview

Returns

Income

Allocations

Fees

About

Security Type
Management Style
Share Class Type
Share Class Account
As of 2/22/24

$1.00

0.00%

$4.38 B

1.07%

$0.01

2.63%

-

0.96%

0.67%

0.35%

$11.99

+0.08%

$3.03 B

2.12%

$0.25

3.90%

-0.86%

0.58%

2.03%

1.48%

$11.99

0.00%

$3.03 B

3.19%

$0.38

4.99%

0.16%

1.53%

-

0.43%

$11.98

0.00%

$3.03 B

3.05%

$0.37

4.76%

-0.01%

1.40%

2.88%

0.57%

$11.97

0.00%

$3.03 B

2.90%

$0.35

4.60%

-0.16%

1.26%

2.75%

0.72%

$11.98

0.00%

$3.03 B

3.14%

$0.38

4.85%

0.08%

1.47%

2.97%

0.48%

$57.71

-0.02%

$2.19 B

2.49%

$1.44

5.27%

-0.51%

1.43%

2.33%

0.08%

$12.78

-0.16%

$1.98 B

0.00%

-

1.91%

-7.39%

-2.78%

1.52%

1.46%

$1.00

0.00%

$1.82 B

2.50%

$0.03

2.64%

1.24%

0.99%

0.71%

0.16%

$12.65

0.00%

$1.31 B

0.00%

-

1.77%

-7.22%

-2.85%

0.68%

1.46%

$7.38

-0.14%

$899.38 M

3.26%

$0.24

6.29%

-0.50%

2.13%

-

0.52%

$7.38

-0.14%

$899.38 M

3.25%

$0.24

6.28%

-0.50%

2.26%

3.08%

0.51%

$10.19

0.00%

$851.08 M

1.49%

$0.15

2.93%

0.70%

0.72%

0.77%

0.22%

$7.36

-0.14%

$753.03 M

3.00%

$0.22

6.02%

-0.63%

2.26%

2.97%

0.89%

$25.00

+0.08%

$721.32 M

3.17%

$0.79

7.14%

-0.85%

1.89%

3.25%

0.28%

$13.27

-0.15%

$676.69 M

0.00%

-

2.00%

-7.32%

-2.36%

1.90%

1.51%

$10.27

+0.10%

$647.49 M

2.19%

$0.22

3.64%

-0.25%

1.04%

0.65%

0.28%

$11.32

-0.18%

$558.88 M

0.00%

-

4.14%

-5.86%

-2.12%

1.58%

1.43%

$10.37

0.00%

$540.54 M

1.22%

$0.13

3.93%

-0.11%

0.89%

1.49%

0.23%

$11.13

-0.09%

$387.44 M

2.87%

$0.32

4.60%

-0.69%

1.10%

1.92%

0.41%

$9.82

-0.10%

$349.76 M

2.68%

$0.26

4.00%

-0.34%

1.08%

-

0.78%

$9.37

0.00%

$320.82 M

0.00%

-

1.63%

-4.48%

-1.31%

1.57%

0.56%

$10.73

+0.09%

$298.88 M

1.55%

$0.17

2.94%

2.63%

2.66%

-

0.26%

$10.40

-0.10%

$269.94 M

0.00%

-

2.26%

-6.22%

-2.44%

1.16%

1.51%

$9.87

0.00%

$250.94 M

3.02%

$0.30

3.95%

-1.28%

0.69%

1.78%

0.52%

$6.70

0.00%

$235.67 M

0.00%

-

2.92%

-9.27%

-4.00%

1.64%

1.41%

$10.50

-0.10%

$219.26 M

0.00%

-

2.34%

-9.23%

-4.28%

1.13%

1.44%

$7.77

-0.13%

$191.35 M

0.00%

-

1.57%

-8.52%

-3.60%

1.64%

1.45%

$9.89

-0.10%

$155.88 M

3.57%

$0.35

5.21%

0.25%

2.38%

2.49%

0.93%

CALIFORNIA TAX-EXEMPT FUND

NCATX | Fund | Other

$10.54

-0.09%

$149.96 M

3.60%

$0.38

4.85%

-0.97%

1.25%

2.55%

0.56%

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