iShares £ Index-Linked Gilts UCITS ETF (Dist.) INXG

Tracks the performance of an index composed of short and medium term UK government bonds. Income will be distributed as cash.

Anybody bought this bond?

Is this an inflation linked one? So it protects against inflation I assume?

Global IL bonds may be a better bet, depending on what you are trying to achieve. This Monevator article on duration risk is a useful explainer:

Does anyone know if this has dividends

I’m new to bonds so forgive me if this is obvious. Why would there be a product (INXG) listed as distributing, but with a zero percent dividend yield? I’ve looked around and other providers also show the dividend at zero.

It’s my understanding that Index-Linked Gilts pay dividends half-yearly. Looking to build my knowledge, so appreciate any guidance.

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