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As of 6/21/2021
|Daily Change ($)||-$0.03|
|Daily Change (%)||-0.25%|
|Current 30-Day Sub. SEC Yield||1.87%|
|Current 30-Day Unsub. SEC Yield||1.77%|
|Effective 30-Day Sub. SEC Yield||1.89%|
|Effective 30-Day Unsub. SEC Yield||1.78%|
Morningstar Analyst Rating™
As of 4/27/2021
The Morningstar Analyst Rating™ is based on the covering Morningstar Analyst's conviction in the fund's ability to outperform its peer group and/or relevant benchmark on a risk-adjusted basis over the long term. Harbor offers several funds with Gold, Silver, or Bronze ratings.Source: Morningstar
|Net Expense Ratio||0.62%|
|Gross Expense Ratio||0.73%|
|Adjusted Expense Ratio||0.51%|
|Total Net Assets (million)|
(As of 5/31/2021)
Top Ten Holdings
|Federal National Mortgage Association TBA||7.3%|
|U.S. Treasury Bonds||4.9%|
|Federal National Mortgage Association REMIC||3.6%|
|Federal National Mortgage Association TBA||3.4%|
|Federal National Mortgage Association TBA||2.7%|
|U.S. Treasury Notes||2.6%|
|U.S. Treasury Notes||2.5%|
|Brazil Letras Do Tesouro Nacional||2.3%|
|U.S. Treasury Bonds||2.1%|
|U.S. Treasury Bonds||2.0%|
|% of Total Holdings:||33.4%|
As of 3/31/2021
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